The sun is the start for the flow of energy through the ecosystem. Producers such as plants continue that flow and provide energy for other organisms. Herbivores such as impala will then eat the plants to gain energy, then consumers such as leopards will eat the impala to gain energy. Hope that helps. :)
The major difference between an instinct and a learned behavior is how it was picked up. An instinct is something that you're born knowing (think of being programmed to do certain actions or display specific behaviors.) An example of this would be how homing pigeons are "wired" and remember their home when they migrate. A learned behavior, on the other hand, is something you have to learn as you don't have a certain behavior, skill, etc. This can be a language, how to walk/talk, personality, likes and dislikes, learning how to read, write, or learn information. So right now, learning about this is displaying a learned behavior (being able to process information and read). :)
Liquid equivalent to "cytoplasm" and the particles equivalent to "organelles".
While comparing a liquid salad dressing to a cell, the liquid will be equivalent to "cytoplasm" because cytoplasm is a thick solution present in each cell that made up of water, salts, and proteins.
The particles would be equivalent to "organelles" because as particles float in liquid salad adding flavours to the salad likewise organelles are present in a cell floating in the cytoplasm that performs a specific function.
Hence, the correct answer is " liquid will be equivalent to "cytoplasm" and the particles will be equal to "organelles".
For example, the heart and the blood vessels of the cardiovascular system circulate blood and transport oxygen and nutrients to all the body cells. Levels of Organization: Molecules form cells. Cells form tissues, and tissues form organs. Organs that fulfill related functions are called organ systems. Technically, blood is a transport liquid pumped by the heart (or an equivalent structure) to all parts of the body, after which it is returned to the heart to repeat the process. Blood is both a tissue and a fluid. It is a tissue because it is a collection of similar specialized cells that serve particular functions.