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Tropical Rainforest Biome By Ray Waters, Dylan Feller, Jason Fisher, and Joey Orlandi
Typical Plants Bengal Bamboo Common Names: Spineless Indian Bamboo, Calcutta Cane Genus: Bambusa Species: tulda Bougainvillea Genus: Bougainvillea Species: spectabilis Curare Common Names: Curare, Grieswurzel, Pareira Brava, Pareira, Vigne Sauvage Genus: Chondrodendron Species: tomentosum Parts Used: Leaf, Root Coconut Tree Genus: Cocos Species: nucifera Parts used: the nut and leaves Durian Common Names: Civet Fruit, Stinkvrucht Genus: Durio Species: zibethinus Jambu Common Names: Jambu Ayer, Djamboe Aer, Watery Rose Apple Genus: Syzygium Species: aqueum Kapok Tree Common Names: Kapok, Ceiba, Silk-cotton tree Genus: Ceiba Species: pentandra
Typical Animals AlligatorAnacondaApes Assassin Bug BatsBinturongButterfliesChimpanzeeCaterpillarCuckooDragonfly Emerald Tree Boa Emerald Tree Boa Frilled Lizard Frilled Lizard Gorilla Gorilla
Plant Parts First Grade Bettie F. Williams Elementary.
The Study of Living Things Slideshow by Ms. Dickert.
What is an ecosystem? Chapter 5 Lesson 1. Living and Nonliving Parts Ecosystem- all the living and nonliving things in the area Ecosystem- all the living.
Meet the Plants Identifying and defining plants. What do plants need to grow? Air Air Water – not too much!! Water – not too much!! Light Light Soil Soil.
How is everything on our planet interconnected?. Layers of Our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Atmosphere:
Plant ID Terminology On the back of your first plant ID sheet… take notes.
The effect of the deforestation. The effects of the rainforest destruction are very bad. People cut down the forests for farmland which causes lots.
“Why do scientists classify?”. Imagine that you live in a tropical rain forest and are responsible for getting your own food, shelter, and clothing from.
Ryan Flurnoy Basilisk Lizard and the Frilled Lizard.
Plant Parts By Mrs. Hicks. Lets Look at a Plant… Lets name the parts of this plant: flower leaf stem What important part cannot be seen?
How Plants are Named. Binomial Nomenclature Linnaeus Developed binomial system for naming plants.
The effects of large deforestation (in the Amazon)
Ecology Challenge As a group, read and discuss each question. I will give about 30 seconds per question. At the end, we will check the answers. The group.
By: A Former Student Description The Tropical Rainforest is located near the equator. The Tropical Rainforest once covered 16% of the earth but now only.
Objective: Students will describe biotic and abiotic parts of an ecosystem in which organisms interact; and compare these interactions terrestrial ecosystems.
J Mill & Big D Tropical Rainforest. Topical Rainforest Tropical rainforests cover about 6% of the Earth's total land surface. They are mainly located.
Small Scale ecosystems. Micro habitats e.g. under leaf Habitats e.g. freshwater pond Zones e.g. layers of the rain forest Biomes e.g. Tropical rainforest.
Project Format Slide background is to be a single pale color— NO extra designs All text must be a single solid dark color All titles are in Arial font,
Parts of a Plant by Denise Carroll. Living Things All living things grow and change. All living things need food, water, and air to live.
S OUTH A MERICA AND THE A MAZON R AINFOREST By: Arya Okten, Melisa Tabtimtong, Taylor Niehoff, Sarah Walker.
By Tom R. Tropical Rainforest Location Near the equator In the tropics Continents Africa Asia Australia Central and South America.
Objective Identify plants from the Introduction to Horticulture Plant I.D. List.
World Biomes On earth, natural environments are organized into broad climatic zones called biomes.
Emergent Canopy Understory 100 First Floor Exit.
Classification of Living Things Diversity of Life.
Warm Up Oct. 29 Science 1. Write your homework in your agenda. Answer these questions in the warm up section of your notebook. 1. Write this: Adaptations.
The Amazon! Created by: Evan Dwinell, Reilly Stoner, John Mitchell, Kenny Lee and Dalilah Bernier.
Biomes Kathy Shelton Research a Biome Choose a biome to research. Double click on the name of that biome. Read the new slide. Double click on the graphic.
Deserts What is a desert? A desert is defined as an area with a dry climate with less than 250mm of rain a year. However, some deserts in the world experience.
Chaparral Plants/ Canyon Study Del Mar, CA Entry to Canyon study area facing towards the Northwest. Picture taken approximately 4:00 in the afternoon in.
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