A biome refers to a large naturally occurring community of plants and animals that live in a particular ecosystem. Humans interrupt natural biome processes in diverse ways and this has led to loss and degradation of natural habitats. Humans generally alter natural biomes through the following processes: deforestation, hunting, use of pesticides, water pollution, introduction of invasive species, increased fossils fuel usage, industrial pollution of land fills, etc.
The correct answer would be C) interruption of natural biome processes
Human impacts can be best characterized by the interruption of natural processes taking place in a biome.
Human activities like habitat destruction, deforestation, poaching, over-exploitation of resources, pollution et cetera reduce or stop the natural processes such as natural food chain, the efficiency of production, carrying capacity et cetera.
For example, deforestation has led to a reduction in the average oxygen production of the biome due to which balance of atmosphere is also disturbed.
-Interruption of natural biome processes
-Human beings have continuously continued with interference of different biomes and thus bringing various modifications to these biomes. Human activities often affect ecosystems in negative ways because human systems are not closed loop systems. For example; human waste enters other natural ecosystems, where it can cause them to become unbalanced
-If efforts are not enhanced in conserving the natural world, we shall continue experiencing deteriorating weather factors like the global warming. Failure to conserve our biosphere will ultimately hurt the human race, together with organisms in various biomes.
The correct answer is C. Interruption of natural biome processes.
Human impacts are being characterized by interruption of natural biome processes.
Human biomes are also referred to as anthropogenic biomes. They describe much on terrestrial biosphere.
Biomes are units of global ecosystem. They look like vegetation. For example, grasslands and tropical rainforest.
They can be identified depending with the pattern of the climate.
The correct answer would be c. interruption of natural biome processes.
Biome refers to the major community of animals and plants occupying a a major habitat. In a biome, plants, animals and abiotic component interact through energy transfers and nutrient cycles.
Humans interrupt the efficiency of these interactions or biome processes.
They majorly disturb these processes by destructing the natural habitats, hunting or killing of organisms, deforestation, introduction of invasive species, pollution (air, water, and soil), exploitation of natural resources et cetera.
both anaerobic and aerobic respiration use glucose (or other carbohydrates), proteins and lipids to produce atp and nadh. cell uses those energy molecules, obtained from food and breaks them down during the chemical reactions of respiration. in anaerobic respiration, nadh is regenerated to nad+ by enzymes lactate dehydrogenase (lactate is produced, e.g. in muscle cells) or by alcohol dehydrogenase where ethanol is produced (alcohol fermentation), while in aerobic respiration, electrons from nadh are deposited in the mitochondria to regenerate nad+ (electron transport chain. anaerobic respiration produces 2 atp per molecule of glucose compared to aerobic respiration where about 38 atp molecules are produced.
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a) increased fossil fuel usage