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a leaf does not obtain water, it obtains energy from light. Roots obtain water
Water is typically lost through urination and perspiration. A percentage can also be lost it through breathing.
they obtain carbon by humans and organisms, etc.
Yeah! But most people would freak out when the water entered their lungs, start coughing and suffocate, so have CPR standing by!
Proteins, they account for over 50% of the organic matter in the body.
Plants obtain most of their water through their roots
The nonliving resources that humans obtain from ecosystems are called
water and cell!
All kinds of water needing animals will use this plant to obtain water. Birds, rodents, and humans.
water than food
Humans cannot live without water but they require more than just water alone to survive. Water provides no nutrition which can only be obtain but consuming food.
Yes. Humans have the capacity to pollute water with no difficulty. They most certainly can and do. Take the Chesapeake Bay for example. Yup. Most pollution comes from humans
Echidnas obtain most of their water needs from the termites, ants and insect larvae they eat.
As lettuce's molecular structure is mainly made up of water (H2O), humans are unable to obtain energy, nor vitamins and nutrients from that source of food. As well as being made up of mainly water, lettuce, is a plant of cellulase. Therefore, humans need a more adequate source of food to help the body maintain its energy levels