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Stem scopes

Changes in bio diversity

Photosynthetic definition photosynthetic: describes organisms that can use carbon dioxide and energy from sunlight to produce oxygen
What does GFP stand for green fluorescent protein
Extinct definition extinct: describes a species that has completely died out
List two ways we depend on the ocean most goods ship through the ocean
what are estuaries Coastal water bodies
Human________ have modified earths ocean systems in any way with various consequences Activities
what is going on with water pollution Adding harmful substances and chemicals to natural water.
What is over harvesting Harvesting a resource at a unsustainable substance
_____________ ____________ are human-made-underwater structures Artificial reefs
invasive species are new organism that is introduced to non native ecosystem is this bad Yes
would you want to be a biologist yes or no
Global warming definition global warming: a trend of climate change observed by scientists that shows average temperatures on Earth to be gradually increasing
Many members members of the world’s scientific community believe that human activities contribute to global warming. Burning fossil fuels like gasoline and coal releases greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide and nitro-us oxides, into the atmosphere. Earths
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