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Levels of Organization In an ecosystem
How are Nesting Dolls like Levels of Organization in an Ecosystem?
Biome Biomes / ˈ ba ɪ o ʊ mz/ are climatically and geographically defined as contiguous areas with similar climatic conditions on the Earth, such as communities of plants, animals, and soil organisms, and are often referred to as ecosystems. Some parts of the earth have more or less the same kind of abiotic and biotic factors spread over a large area, creating a typical ecosystem over that area.
Terrestrial and Aquatic Biomes
Create an Illustration showing levels Color Label individual, population, community and ecosystem Use the labels “biotic” and “abiotic” to identify these in your illustration You have 15 or so minutes; when you are done, get a ScienceWorld upfront Page 36 ISNs Use Science book as a resource for ideas page 535 – 537 You cannot use example in book!