The difference between gross primary production and net primary production is what?

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    Gross primary production is performed by plants, while net primary production is performed by higher level consumers.
     Gross primary production is all the production achieved by a plant, while net primary production is gross primary production less the energy used by the plant itself.
     The conversion of sunlight into new organic matter.
     Gross primary production occurs through photosynthesis, while net primary production occurs through respiration.
asked Jun 25, 2012 in Environmental Science by anonymous
    

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Gross primary production is all the production achieved by a plant, while net primary production is gross primary production less the energy used by the plant itself.
answered Jun 26, 2012 by Geodude ~Top Expert~ (9,680 points)

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