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ecosystems and cells


cell membrane soft flexible outside covering of a cell thatcontrols what goes in and out.
cytoplasm the jelly-like fluid that fills most of the cell. The other parts of the cell are found here.
nucleus controls everything in the cell.
vacuoles storage space in the cell. They hold water and other nutrients. They also store waste the cell needs to get ride of. ***much large in plant cell.***
mitochondria The "power" of the cell, it stores energy.
chromosomes carries genetic material (eyecolor)
(plant cells only) Cell wall Hard, rigi shell that covers the cell membrane and protects the cell.
(plant cell only) choroplasts gives the plant its green color
biotic living things. plants, animals, microrganisms(bacteria), grass,tree
aboiotic non-living things. water, tempture, soil, rocks, air
population a group of the same living things in the same ecosystems
community all of the populations in one ecosystems (deer, tree(oak), frog, ect. (in a forest)
Tundra:Terrestrial location: north+south pole climate:very cold, frozen soil all year long = permafrost plants: few grasses and trees animals: rabbit, carabou, owls, foxes, penguins, polar bear
rainforest: Terrestrial location: warm climates usally near the equator climate: warm year round and getts a lot of rain plants: red wood, cedar orchid, exotic plants and flowers animals: *the most amounts of animals in any ecosystem monkey, lizards, lepords
grasland/savanna: Terrestrial location: mid-wester US (grasslands) african (savanna) climate: not a lot of rain soil is fertile temp can vary depending on location plants: tall grasses, few trees animals: savanna, elephant, giraffs, zebras, prairie dog, bison, grasshopper
desert: Terrestrial location: all contenents: Africa, Austrialia, SW United states, parts of Asia climates: less than 20cm of rain each year very hot during the day very cold at night plants: catus, few bushes adn grasses need shallow roots animals: lizards, jack rabits
ocean: Aquatic location: all over the world *saltwater climate: sunlight and temptures vary on how deep you are (the deeper you go the colder and darker it gets plants: algee in small areas, and seaweed (no sunlight = no plants animals: deep water animals must adapt
rivers: Aquatic location: All over the world climate: varies depending on location plants: fresh water plants animals: fish, ducks, turtles,insects, frogs
lakes/ponds:Aquatic location: all over the world surrounded by land climates: ponds dry up in hot summers top of the water is warmed by the sun plants: alege and plants top were its shallower animal: insects, catfish, ducks, amphibans, frogs, bevers
deciduous forest: Terrestrial location: all over the world climate: moderet temps. and rain plants: oak, maple, and evergreen tree lose leaves when seasons change animals: bears, deer, snakes, rabit, frog, spiders, hawk
coniferous forest/taiga: Terrestrial location: northern part of the northern hemispher climate: short cool summer long cold winters plants: spruces,hermlocks pine, firs. trees with pines and needles animals: moose, deer, caribou, bear, mice, wolves, foxes
estuaries/salt marshes location: places by the coast line where fresh water and salt water mix climate: salt water changes constanly plants: cattail and cordgrass animals: crabs, oysters, shrimp, fish, have to adapt to changing salintity
Created by: gambva58