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E_Detritus
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Entities Overview In biology, detritus is non living particulate organic material (as opposed to dissolved organic material). It typical...
E_Environment
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Entities Overview Environmental factors affect the growth rate of organisms. For example, ice cover, sunlight, and water temperature aff...
E_Nutrient_Iron
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Entities Overview Iron is a chemical element with the symbol Fe (from Latin: ferrum) and atomic number 26. It is a metal in the first tr...
E_Nutrient_Nitrate
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Entities Overview Nitrate (NO3) is the primary source of nitrogen (N) for plants; it is a nutrient they cannot live without. Nitrates oc...
E_Phytoplankton
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Entities Overview Phytoplankton are photosynthesizing microscopic organisms that inhabit the upper sunlit layer of almost all oceans and...
E_Zooplankton
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Entities Overview Small floating or weakly swimming animals that drift with water currents and, with phytoplankton, make up the plankton...
P_Death
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Processes Overview Death is the permanent cessation of all biological functions that sustain a particular living organism. Phenomena whi...
P_Grazing
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Processes Overview Grazing generally describes a type of feeding, in which a herbivore feeds on plants (such as grasses), and also on ot...
P_Growth
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Processes Overview The growth process is supported by a hierarchy of sub processes: growth/ exudation limited_growth/* nutrient_up...
P_Remineralization
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Processes Overview Remineralization is the process wherein detritus and nutrients turn into (biologically inaccessible) minerals. Relat...
P_Respiration
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Processes Overview Ecosystem respiration is the sum of all respiration occurring by the living organisms in a specific ecosystem. Ecosys...
P_Sinking
Aquatic Ecosystems, HIPM Processes Overview When detritus and organisms sink to the bottom of a body of water, they become biologically inaccessible. Relations ...
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