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What is the interdependence in the savanna?
The leopards depend on the other animals like zebras for food the zebras depend on the insects witch will need to eat other insects.
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Empoying interdependence is basically your ability to ask other people for help. If you are good at employing interdependence, then that means you are good at asking people fo…r help. However, personally, I am bad at employing interdependence. I would much rather figure something out on my own than to ask someone for help. Interdependence just means people in a group basically. So if someone is more interdependent, then that person is just better at doing things in a group.
Task interdependence is the extent to which activities are dependent on each other. That is the degree to which activities are related. There are three categories of task inte…rdependence (in reverse hierarchical order): 1. Sequential interdependence: when one task is completed then handed off for the next stage; this type of relationship often requires dense information flows at points of transfer (between one activity to the next) Assembly line is an example of this, once the parts are made, it goes to the next activity where they are put together, and then to the next activity where the car is painted. Thus, there is little dependency between each stage. (Clearly I'm not a car person!) 2. Pooled interdependence: when inter-dependent task are undertaken simultaneously and the final result of each activity is put together (or 'pooled'); such dependency is the easiest of the three to manage because each group could work on the activity independently and then come together for the final stage where all items are put together An example of this is a group of students who want to raise money for a charity foundation, each student/group of would work to get donations of their own independently and then the contributions they get at the end of the process is pooled and donated 3. Reciprocal interdependence: when task are conducted with repeated interaction among each other; this type of activity requires sustained interaction between individuals for the task to be completed and is the most difficult to manage An example of this is a marketing department in a company, they have to continually communicate the current trends to the company to keep them well informed of the market that is what is demanded and what should be created, but the operations of the company has to continually communicate with the marketing department to inform them of what products should be marketed to which target group, and the such.
Interdependence means when an animal of something relies on something else for something to help them survive. Adaptation is when you adapt to your environment.
Carbon moves from the atmosphere to plants. In the atmosphere, carbon is attached to oxygen in a gas called carbon dioxide (CO2). [ [ With the help of the Sun, through the pro…cess of photosynthesis, carbon dioxide is pulled from the air to make plant food from carbon. # Carbon moves from plants to animals. Through food chains, the carbon that is in plants moves to the animals that eat them. Animals that eat other animals get the carbon from their food too. # Carbon moves from plants and animals to the ground. When plants and animals die, their bodies, wood and leaves decay bringing the carbon into the ground. Some becomes buried miles underground and will become fossil fuels in millions and millions of years. # Carbon moves from living things to the atmosphere. Each time you exhale, you are releasing carbon dioxide gas (CO2) into the atmosphere. Animals and plants get rid of carbon dioxide gas through a process called respiration. ] ]
Interdependent means that two things depend on each other
Market interdependence is when the movement of one market is affected by the movement of another market. For example,- a drop in the value of the dollar vs other currencies ca…n cause a rise in the price of oil in dollars since oil is a dollar denominated asset. In this example, the oil market is dependent on the foreign exchange market- a rally in the bond market (which results in lower bond yields) can result in a rally in the stock market. The lower rates decrease the borrowing costs for corporations (lifting profits) and the lower returns in the bond market cause investors to shift money to the stock market for higher returns.
The United States and Great Britain needed each other before and during the Second World War. This interdependence eventually grew into a close friendship.
it is interdependent with fig trees because monkeys rely on them for food, and fig trees need them to scatter seeds.
The term interdependent means "mutually or concurrently dependent". This means that all members of a group need each other. This can be applied to ecology (the balance of natu…re) and to commercial activities between regions or countries. It is used to indicate that, in most cases, no one is truly self-sufficient.
Innovation is a good example of interrelated and interdependent. As a matter of fact almost anything that is developed is considered to be interrelated and interdependent.
refers to the relationship in which countries find themselves unequal but possessing variable degrees of power and initiative in politics, economics and culture (Straubhaar, 1…991)
Great Plains and California, US. Serengetti, Congo, Angola, Africa. South and Central America and the caribbean. Australia and New Guinea. The greatest area of savannas is Afr…ica.
You would definitely not say 'interdependent of'. 'Interdependent with' sounds clumsy and I have never come across it. Far better to recast the sentence and say 'He and she ar…e interdependent.'
Answer Reliance on people in other places for information, resources, goods, and services. In economics, the concept that all prices are to some degree aff…ected by all other prices and also that all markets are affected by all other markets. or adj. Mutually dependent: "Today, the mission of one institution can be accomplished only by recognizing that it lives in an interdependent world with conflicts and overlapping interests" (Jacqueline Grennan Wexler). or a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups) [syn: mutuality]
A synonym for the word Interdependence is connection or interrelations look it up in Dictionary.com I NEED a antonym for this word plz give me atleast 1 antonym: independ…ence!!!! (it's not that hard)
i think that savannas have trees and they have big plants