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CALLIE R. DAVIS, M.T. Unit 2 Review
Limiting Factors Land Aquatic
Species Generalist Specialist
Desert Adaptations Plants Animals
Mountain Biomes Why are there so many different biomes on a mountain?
Greenhouse Gases A friend says they are bad. Why would you disagree?
Net Primary Productivity NPP Why do estuaries have a high NPP?
Coral Reefs High Biodiversity? Vulnerable?
Sediments What do sediments provide to lakes?
Climate How does the climate affect what organisms live in that area?
Relationships Climate & limiting factors Limiting Factors & Producers Producers & Consumers Importance of Adaptations
Niche Fundamental Realized
Test Review Reread each section Review your packet vocab & questions
Biomes of the World 5.1. What is a Biome? -The earth has many ecosystems -Scientists group ecosystems into larger areas called Biomes -There are two main.
How is everything on our planet interconnected?. Layers of Our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Atmosphere:
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.
Geography/Land: Climate/Weather: Animal life: Plant life: A Description of the Desert :
Enzymes - Attempt 3 (your target + 1 up and down) E: Which monomer are enzymes made from? D: What is activation energy? C: Describe the effect of enzymes.
Habitat Research Notes Scientist:______________________Date___________ Habitat :________________________________.
T. Trimpe Challenge #1 Habitats.
Sit in the same number Warmup. What are five things youd expect to see in nature? What makes a habitat?
The Marine Biome. ThE wOrLd OcEaN All the oceans of the world connect and make up one large body of water. This large body of water is called the world.
Interactions in Ecosystems Mrs. Campogni Vocabulary EcosystemHabitat CommunityPopulation NicheEnergy pyramid Cycle.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Bellringer – August 30, 2013 Chapter 4 Section 1 Ecosystems: Everything.
ECOSYSTEMS DIFFER IN PRODUCTIVITY Food webs, food chains, pyramids – you can also look at ecosystems through their productivity. Productivity is the rate.
Biotic Factors: The living parts of an ecosystem..
Good Morning We hope you had a great weekend. I would like you to welcome Ms. Govannicci by writing her a letter introducing yourself to her. Tell her.
Grazing Grazing is another form of predation – a grazer is simply a predator that moves from victim to victim consuming part of it but not killing it outright!
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select View.
Effects of Climate Change on Living Things Climate Change: Connections and Solutions Lesson 3.
Ocean Water Chemistry Earth’s Water Chapter 4.3 Pages
Chapter 35 - Populations. Populations Can change over time Must determine the limits of an area Population Density - Ex - _________________________, or.
SUBSISTENCE AGRICULTURE V. COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE COTTAGE INDUSTRY V. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRY WHAT’S THE BEST?! WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?! 10C: Compare the ways.
An ecosystem is a complete community of biotic and its abiotic environment. An ecosystem can be as large as the Sahara Desert or as small as a puddle.
Lesson 1 How living things interact with each other and their environment. New terms: ecology organism habitat.
What is Ecology?. * Ecology is the study of interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment.
1. Why did we ask the question? We asked the question because we were particularly interested in the fauna of wetlands. In addition to this, we wanted.
Scientists group and classify things in our world – just like we can group shapes together. How do you think a scientist would say these things are alike?
Ch. 7 Vocabulary 1. Wetland 2. Plankton 3. Nekton 4. Benthos 5. Littoral Zone 6. Benthic Zone 7. Eutrophication.
Chapter 3 Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems. Section 1 vocabulary (6): 1.community, 2.limiting factor, 3.ecological succession, 4.primary succession,
Today I will study the components of an ecosystem because I need to understand how living things depend on one another.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Chapter Presentation TransparenciesStandardized Test Prep Visual.
Intro to Ecosystems Biotic vs. Abiotic Factors. Definitions Ecosystem: A community interacting with the non-living parts of its environment. Biotic: Living.
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