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Enviroment science

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A____is a place where an organism lives and that provides the things that organisms needs. Biome
_______are the living parts of an ecostyem biotic factor
____are the nonliving parts of an ecosystem. abiotic factor
what is the difference of population and community? The difference between population and community is how much of something is in an area and a community is where something is.
what is the difference between direct observations and indirect observations. Direct observations are observations you can see closely when indirect observations are you are studying the thing very closely.
what are 4 ways the populations can increase or decrease? 1.if the animals die off 2.if the animals leave 3.if there homes break down 4.if they lose what they need 5.they can lose their biome 6.they can lose their food chain and die starving.
what is the food chain? The food chain is where animals eat another animals and that animal eats another and so on.
What is the limiting factor and name all of them? A limiting factor is space,food,and, weather.Suppose a giraffe needs to eat 10 kilograms of each day to survive. The trees in an area can provide 100 kilograms of leaves each day to survive.
An organism that can create its own food is called a producer
An organism that obtains its energy by feeding on other organisms is called a consumer
Describe the following biomes: A tropical rain forest,Temperate Rain Forest,Desert,Grassland,Deciduous Forest,Boreal (Taiga) Forest,Tundra
Tropical Rain Forest A tropical rain forest is a biome that has a lot of rain during the year.
Temperate Rain Forest A temperate rain forest is something where it gets a lot of rain and the temperature is very high.
Desert A desert is a place where it is very hot with not that many animals and food and substances.
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