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biologyjaylah

TermDefinition
biomass is biological material derived from living or recentiy living organisms.
water cycle which water is circulated throughout th earth and the atmosphere though evaporation,condensation,atosphere
carbon cycle the combined processes including photosynthesis,decomposition,and respiration
wetlands is where saturation with water is dominant factor determining the nature of soil development and the types of plant and animal
exotic species plant or animal species introduced into an area where they do not occur naturally
trophic levels any class of organisms that occupy the same positionin a food chain
food pyramid A graphic representation of the stucture of a food
earth's spheres biosphere, hydrsphere,lithosphere, atomoshere
population the number of all the individuqis of a speafic species that occupy a partie ular geograpnical area
oak ridges moraine act a iow inantorio passed that protects the oak ridges wetlands from further development
Created by: jaylah1034871