Kingdom Animalia Multicellular, usually ingestive heterotrophs. Cell walls and chloroplasts entirely absent. Often have an intercellular class of proteins called collagens. Most animals (except sponges) have specialized muscle and nerve cells. Locomotion by ameboid movement, flagella, cilia, or muscles.
As GPP stands for the gross primary productivity, it's the total amount of energy produced in the process and the NPP is the net primary productivity. NPP is the difference between the GPP and the energy used by the producer for the process of respiration.
GPP is a continuous and ongoing process that consumes the energy as compared to the NPP that store energy and not being used. Thus, GPP can affect NPP but NPP does not affect GPP.
For example, GPP is completely being dependent on the chlorophyll content of the plant, but NPP is independent of that content of chlorophyll.
DNA is present as genetic material in all the living organism except some virus. DNA structure follows the Chargaff's rule in which states that the ratio of pyrimidines to purines is equal to 1.
So, amount of adenine will be equal to thymine. If adenine is 30% then thymine is also 30%. Total amount of DNA is 100%. Cytosine and thymine are also equal in the DNA molecule. The total amount of cytosine and guanine is 40%. The amount of cytosine is 20% and the amount of guanine is also 20%.
Thus, thymine is 30%, cytosine is 20% and guanine is 20%.