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Cycles of Matter

Matter anything that has mass and take up space
Energy ability to do work
Energy Pyramid used to trace the flow of energy through an ecosystem
Water Cycle movement of water between oceans, atmosphere, land and living things
Carbon Cycle movement of carbon through organisms and the physical environment
Nitrogen Fixation performed by bacteria in the soil and lightning
lightning and bacteria convert nitrogen gas into usable nitrogen
precipitation rain, snow, and sleet
evaporation the sun's heat causes water to change from liquid to vapor
transpiration plants release water vapor from their leaves
nitrogen used to build proteins and DNA for new cells
photosynthesis produces oxygen for animals
cell respiration produces carbon dioxide for plants
decomposition returns carbon dioxide, water and nutrients to the environment
Created by: NBE16787