an increase in chemicals and pesticides like "DDT" can damage an
by killing organisms
we can solve the concentration of biological magnification if produce less DDT
Biomagnification is the increase in concentration of a substance that occurs in a food chain.
Increase of concentration of non biodegradable pollution at each trophic level .This phenomenon is called biomagnification
Biomagnification of pesticides basically means that the concentration of the substance exceeds what it should be. This makes the pesticide more powerful and harmful.
BMFi =Ciorganism / Cidiet Ciorganism = concentration of i in organism Cidiet = concentration of i in diet BMFi = biomagnification factor of chemical i
The easiest way to prevent biomagnification would be to cut down or better yet eliminate our pollutants so they cant transfer.
Biomagnification is the increase in pollutants from the environment from one consumer to the next. To avoid this, educate yourself on the diet and living conditions of the food you are eating.
The problem is its causing landslides, endangering ecosystems, and is stopping water from flowing to the people downstream.
Spraying a marsh to control mosquitoes will cause trace amounts of DDT to accumulate in the cells of microscopic aquatic organisms, the plankton, in the marsh. That is an example of Biomagnification.
The organisms that are harmed the most by biomagnification include algae and plankton. Because these organisms are eaten by fish and even mammals, those animals are harmed as well.
Because it destroys ecosystems, and causes adverse weather changes.
Deforestation is a problem for the whole world because it contributes to the greenhouse effect. It also threatens biodiversity and destroys ecosystems.
because killer whales produce a hormone called brominiam, and that increases their biomagnification rate by almost 100%. This is why killer whales arent everywhere in the world.
I can not think of a sentence for bio magnification
Increasing concentrations of a chemical with higher trophic levels.
DDT is dichlorodiphenyltrichlorethane; biomagnification of DDT in some organisms is possible.
Destruction of ecosystems is a serious problem. This includes taking resources from an ecosystem, like wood, resources, plants, and animals.
Ecosystems can be large and small itdoesn't matter. There are large ecosystems and small ecosystems.
to answer your question overfishing is a problem because if one fish is gone then the fish above it in the food chain wont be able to eat that fish and it will mess up the food chain
Molecules that can't broken down comulate at every level in the food chain
Because they kill other native species and in doing so offset the original ecosystem.
Ecosystems that are established on land (as opposed to Marine ecosystems).
We have ecosystems to live. Ecosystems give us energy,oxygen and many other things. Earth is the only planet which have ecosystems.
they are both marine ecosystems
Saltwater/Marine ecosystems and Freshwater ecosystems.
yes one gets it then that ones eaten then the bigger one has it and it gets eaten
freshwater ecosystems are ecosystems in which the water source is fresh, of nonsaline.
Standing water ecosystems and flowing water ecosystems are similar in that they are both freshwater ecosystems. They also contain a similar variety of plants and animals.
tropical ecosystems are more diverse than temperate zone ecosystems because
Ecosystems also contain multiple communities.
They become more concentrated through the proccess of biomagnification. :))
kiara is very sexy and the ecosystems in haiti is water ecosystems andmany others...
Ecosystems are formed by the biophere.
this is about ecosystems!
they are ecosystems!
Terrestrial Ecosystems are ecosystems found anywhere on earth that are not covered by water. There are 4 main terrestrial ecosystems: Tundra Taiga Temperate deciduous forest Grassland.
ecosystems with a lot of water support fewer organisms than ecosystems with little water
These effects are known as biomagnification and bioaccumulation which leads to cause different type of diseases
Freshwater ecosystems are a subset of Earth's aquatic ecosystems. They include lakes and ponds, rivers, streams, springs, and wetlands. They can be contrasted with marine ecosystems, which have a larger salt content.
how do ecosystems maintain themselves