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🐸 the ecology nerd

Ecology and Biomes

TermDefinition
Explain why this graph shows increases and decreases in this pattern.
If the lynx population increases, what happens to the hare population? Why
Coniferous Forest
Temperate Forest
Tundra
Tropical Rainforest
Grassland
Wetland
Estuary
Desert
In an energy pyramid, __________% of the energy is passed to the next tropic level. 10
What is the difference between a food web, food chain, and an energy pyramid?
What is the difference between an autotroph and a heterotroph? Give examples of each.
List one example from this food web.
Parasitism Description
Parasitism Example tick and human
Commensalism Description
Commensalism Example
Mutualism Description
Mutualism Example
Put the levels of organization in order from smallest to largest. organism-population-community-ecosystem-biome-biosphere
What is the importance of the carbon cycle in the study of ecology?
What are some limiting factors on a population? famine, drought, hunting, new species, habitat loss
Our bodies depend on nitrogen, but we are unable to breath it in. first ______________ must mix it, then _______________take it in and we _______________ the plants to get nitrogen.
Sun = biotic or abiotic abiotic
Ant = biotic or abiotic biotic
Leaf = biotic or abiotic biotic
Rain cloud = biotic or abiotic abiotic
Cell = biotic or abiotic biotic
Decomposer
Parasitism
Commensalism
Mutualism
Carnivore
Abiotic
Ecology
Habitat
Nich
Limiting factor
Competition
Created by: rainbowdragon