biomes. terrestrial aquatic lg. region --- terrestrial or aquatic regions encompassing many...
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Lg. region --- terrestrial or aquatic regions encompassing many interacting ecosystemsPlace w/similar climate, soil, plants, and animals, regardless of where it occurs on Earth.
A biome is commonlynamed for its plant coverBiomes
1) Tropical Rain Forest2) Tropical Dry Forest3) Tropical Savanna4) Desert5) Temperate Grasslands6) Temperate Woodland/Shrubland7) Temperate Forest8) Northwestern Coniferous9) Boreal Forest10) TundraAquatic Biomes
1) Intertidal Zone2) Riparian3) Pond4) Coral Reef5) Kelp Forest
Biotic factorsAbiotic factorslivingNot livingaircloudssun
long-term pattern of weather conditions in a specific area.
Avg. temp.RainSunlight windhumidity
The 3 main zones are PolarTropicaltemperate climates.
The angle of the Suns rays affects a biomes climate.
Earths tilt affects seasonal change in biomes.
Still with the organization..BiosphereEcosystemCommunityPopulationThe part of Earththat contains allecosystemsCommunity and its nonliving surroundingsPopulations thatlive together in a defined areaGroup of organisms of onetype that live in the same areaBiosphereHawk, snake, bison, prairie dog, grass, stream, rocks, airHawk, snake, bison, prairie dog, grassBison herdspeciespopulationcommunityecosystembiospherebiome
a species that has is KEY to its ecosystem.Keystone Species
Remember.Symbiotic RelationshipsmutualismcommensalismparasitismShark and Remora
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