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Biomes lesson practice

Biome A group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms
Climate the average annual conditions of temperature, precipitation, winds, and clouds in an area.
Desert A dry region on average receives less than 25 cm of precipitation per year
Rainforest A forest that receives at least 2 meters of rain per year, mostly occurring in the tropical wet climate zone.
Emergent Layer The tallest layer of the rainforest that receives the most sunlight
Canopy A leafy roof formed by tall trees in a rainforest
Understory A layer of shorter trees and vines that grows in the shade of a forest canopy.
Grassland An area populated mostly by grasses and other non-woody plants that gets 23-75 cm or rain per year
Savanna A grassland located close to the equator that my include shrubs and small trees and receives as much as 120 cm of rain per year
Deciduous Tree A tree that sheds its leaves during a particular
Boreal Forest Dense forest of evergreens located in the upper regions of the Northern Hemisphere
Coniferous Tree A tree that produces its seeds in cones and that has needle-shaped leaves coated in a waxy substance to reduce water loss
Tundra An extremely cold, dry biome climate region characterized by short, cool summers and bitterly cold winters.
Permafrost Permanently frozen soil found in the tundra biome climate region.
Created by: Gpontillo