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Which is not a category of marine organisms?
Crude oil was formed from the remains of marine organisms.
Marine organisms are classified by how they move and where they live. Their habitats may range from the surface water, to the ocean trenches.
In a Biotic factor.
'Levels of classification' refer to the categories kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, and species
phosphorus is in the soul animals obtain it by eating food
Kingdom is the biological classification group that has the mostorganisms..then phylum, class, order, family, genus, species. A way to remember them: King Philip Came Over For… Grape Soda. kingdom class Kingdom is the biological classification group that has the mostorganisms, then phylum, class, order, family, genus, species.Kingdoms have the most organism.
species or sub-species
The bulk of marine skeletal remains are composed of the mineral calcite. Some marine organisms also have shells of aragonite or silica.
They use the oxygen from the water and must remain in constant motion to obatin it.
Estuaries are where rivers flow into the ocean. They are important as breeding grounds for many fishes and other organisms. It is often used by migratory waterfowl in addition… to resident populations.
•An estuary is a partly enclosed coastal body of water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into it, and with a free connection to the open sea.
by the way they move.
Organisms that carry out photosynthesis are known as autotrophs. Autotrophs are able to produce complex organic compounds from simple substances or inorganic chemical reac…tions.
Straight from my Biology book. The fish constantly gains water by osmosis through its body surface, esp thru its gills. It also loses salt by diffusion to its more dil…ute environment. It does not drink water, its food helps supply some ions, and its gills actively take up salt. The fish's kidneys produce large amounts of urine, the waste material produced by its urinary system. By excreting dilute urine, the fish disposes of excess water and conserves solutes.