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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
What is an ecosystem? Chapter 5 Lesson 1.
How is everything on our planet interconnected?. Layers of Our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Atmosphere:
Habitat Research Notes Scientist:______________________Date___________ Habitat :________________________________.
Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
Biotic Factors: The living parts of an ecosystem..
Biomes of the World 5.1.
What is a biome? Biomes are large terrestrial regions, such as forests, deserts, and grasslands, with distinct climates and certain species (especially.
What is Ecology?.
Chapter 50: An Introduction to Ecology and the Biosphere
Evolution and Biodiversity Chapter 3 Pages
Biotic Refers to the living organisms in an environment, such as plants, animals, fungi, and bacteria.
Notes 4-1 What Is an Ecosystem?. An ecosystem includes a community of organisms and their physical environment.
Unit 2 Chapter 3 Communities & Biomes
TEKS 7.12 (C) Describe how different environments support different varieties of organisms.
Community Collection of species populations Members from most kingdoms Linked in a web Mainly predator/prey Environment & habitat / Dominant.
Biodiversity Ch 3.5 Ecology and Environment. Vocabulary Biodiversity Keystone species Threatened species.
Section 1: What Is an Ecosystem?
Biome & Ecosystem Review
Introduction to Ecology Ch. 13
Ecology. Unit Map Set Up Unit Name: Ecology Unit Essential Question: Why is it important to understand Ecology in Natural Resources?
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