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Balance in nature
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  • 1. BALANCE IN NATURE
    • Balance in nature occur when have interactions between organisms and environment that maintain their ecosystem to optimum level.
  • 2. Natural Cycles
    • Natural cycles that help to maintain balance in nature are:
    Nitrogen cycle Water cycle Carbon cycle
  • 3. Carbon cycle
    • Carbon is important as a component for organic substance such as carbohydrate, lipids and protein.
    • Plants needs to carry out photosynthesis by using carbon dioxide.
    • Animals obtain carbon from foods that composed from decomposition process.
    • Carbon dioxide was released to the atmosphere during process
    • (a) respiration
    • (b) burning
    • (c) Decomposition death animals
  • 4. Carbon cycle
  • 5. Water cycle
    • Water is very important as a source of nature.
    • All living organisms need water to survive.
    • Plants obtain water from soil and animals obtain water from food.
    • Transpiration process of plants and respiration by organism released water vapour into atmosphere.
  • 6. Kitar air
    • Air di muka bumi ini disejat oleh tenaga solar untuk membentuk wap air.
    • Melalui kondensasi, wap air di atmosfera memebentuk awan dimana akan
    • turun sebagai hujan.
    • Air hujan akan mengalir semula ke sungai-sungai, tasik, kolam dan laut-laut.
  • 7. Siratan makanan
  • 8.
    • Siratan makanan ialah rangkaian interaksi diantara beberapa rantai makanan.
    • Rantai makanan menunjukkan hubungan dimana pemindahan tenaga daripada pengeluar ke pengguna-pengguna.
    Siratan makanan

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