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Ecosystem Chapter 26 Review
___________ refers to the normal changes in the types of species that live in communities?
A(n) __________ is a group of organisms found in a stable Stage of succession.
Deciduous trees are dominant in the __________.
temperate deciduous forest
The average temperature in _________ is between 9 degrees C and 12 degrees C.
__________ are the most biologically diverse biomes in the world.
Tropical rain forest
A(n) __________ is an area where fresh water meets the ocean.
What are tundra and desert examples of?
What is a hot, dry biome called?
Where would organisms that are adapted to live in slightly salty water be found?
Which biome contains mostly frozen soil call permafrost?
A new island is formed from a volcanic eruption. Which species probably would be the first to grow and survive?
What would the changes in communities that take place on a recently formed volcanic island best be described as?
What is the stable end stage of succession?
average weather pattern in an area over a long period of time
gradual changes that occur in the types of species that live in an area
development of new communities in newly created land areas without any soil
takes place in an area with soil that was once the home of living organisms
an area that has reached a stable stage of ecological succession
large geographic areas with similar climates and ecosystems
soil layer below the thawed surface in tundra and taiga biomes
foundation of open ocean food chain
area where a river meets the ocean
All of the following are likely areas for secondary succession EXCEPT ______. a.flooded land b.exposed coral reefs c.abandoned logging areas d.the land after a forest fire
A __________ biome is a cold, dry area where the sun barely rises during the winter.
Temperate deciduous forest have all of the following EXCEPT _________. a. poor soil for plants b. four seasons c. trees that lose leaves in autumn d. precipitations throughout the year
The first species to inhabit a new area are called ________ species.
During primary succession, ________ begins to form as lichens and the forces of erosion help break down rocks.
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