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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
VocabEcologyLand Biomes Aquatic Biomes Mix.
Habitat Notes. Species Interbreed and produce fertile offspring.
Ecosystems. Ecosystem – all the organisms in an area along with their environment (habitat) - includes biotic (living) and abiotic (nonliving) factors.
What is an ecosystem? Chapter 5 Lesson 1.
BIOMES OF THE WORLD. Ecosystems Ecosystems are defined in terms of natural landscapes, human designated boundaries on maps, water sheds, forests, mountains,
Flow of Energy Project This is a 3 part project due on September 24 th.
I. How Organisms Interact
Biomes of the World 5.1.
Chapter 4: Ecosystems: Components, Energy Flow and Matter Cycling.
How is everything on our planet interconnected?. Layers of Our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Atmosphere:
Biology Climate Unit 14, Notes #2 (chapter 35, lesson 2)
What is a biome? Biomes are large terrestrial regions, such as forests, deserts, and grasslands, with distinct climates and certain species (especially.
Evolution and Biodiversity Chapter 3 Pages
What are biomes? Small units of the biosphere Areas that have plants and animals that are well adapted to the region's physical environment Two distinction.
Intro to Ecology. Ecology scientific study of the interactions between organisms and the environment interactions determine distribution of organisms.
Aquatic Ecosystems Wednesday, November 1st Reminder: Problem Set due Friday!
Biology Unit - Ecology 4.1 Notes.
Biomes. Big Idea: The characteristics of any given biome is determined by the latitude of where that biome is located The characteristics of any given.
Community Collection of species populations Members from most kingdoms Linked in a web Mainly predator/prey Environment & habitat / Dominant.
Food Webs Within Ecosystems Marine, Freshwater, and Terrestrial FOOD WEBS.
Biotic Refers to the living organisms in an environment, such as plants, animals, fungi, and bacteria.
Habitat Research Notes Scientist:______________________Date___________ Habitat :________________________________.
Species Diversity. Questions for Today What is Species Diversity? What is Species Diversity? What is the difference between Species Richness and Species.
Biome & Ecosystem Review
Warm Up 3/3 Write the question and correct answer. The state of Texas can be divided into geographically similar areas defined by climate and animal and.
Section 1: What Is an Ecosystem?
Unit 2 Chapter 3 Communities & Biomes
WARM UP Check answers in workbook, Chapter 11, Section 1.
Unit 7 Vocabulary. biotic Organisms living or that had once lived in the environment (i.e., mouse, clover, dead tree)
Biomes How do biomes affect life forms?. Biomes:
Notes 4-1 What Is an Ecosystem?. An ecosystem includes a community of organisms and their physical environment.
This is the start of your Year 12 HSC Course - if you only want to do Year 11 you will need to see me about a research project based on fieldwork – please.
Ch. 4 Climate: year to year average temperature & precipitation of a region.
Levels of Organization. Ecology The study of interactions between organisms and their environment.
Understanding Ecology and Ecosystems. Next Generation Science/Common Core Standards Addressed! HS ‐ ESS2 ‐ 2.Analyze geoscience data to make the claim.
Biodiversity and the distribution of life on planet earth.
Ecology and the Biosphere. Ecology is the study of interactions between organisms and the environment. Ecology and the Biosphere.
Plant and Animal Scavenger Hunt through the Desert As you travel through the biome see how many plants and animals you can find!
5 th 6 Weeks Review. Which of the following is a living factor in the environment? A: animals A: animals B: air B: air C: sunlight C: sunlight D: soil.
What are Biomes? Biomes are regions in the world that share similar plant structures, plant spacing, animals, climate and weather.
Video Introduction. Lesson Essential Questions What are the major biomes in the world? What factors are used to classify biomes? How does an organism’s.
Ecosystems 5.L.2 Understand the interdependence of plants and animals with their ecosystems. 5.L.2.1Compare the characteristics of several common ecosystems,
Ecology Study of the relationships between organisms and their environments Study of the relationships between organisms and their environments Their interactions.
ECOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIPS. Ecology l The study of relationships between organisms and their environment.
BIODIVERSITY AWARENESS SURVEY 2 ND & 3 RD CLASS. 1. Have you heard of “Biodiversity”?
The study of the interactions among organisms and their environment. Ecologists are scientists who study these relationships. Two groups of environmental.
A biome is a large geographical area that is characterzied by the plants and animals that live in it. A biome continuesly has cmoplex interactions with.
Chapter 50: An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere
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