How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Ecology 2

STUDY
PLAY
Abiotic
The Nonliving parts of the environment are know as.
Biotic
All living things that directly or indirectly affect the ecosystem are called.
Producer
is any plant that manufactures food by photosynthesis.
Consumer
Eat producers and/ or other animals.
Decomposer
Break down dead organisms and make their materials available to other living things.
Habital
The place in the Ecosystem where an organism lives is called its.
Niche
This is called an organism's.
Biome
is a large geographic area of the earth identified by a particular type of dominant (most common) plant and animal life.
Terrestrial
Biomes may be (land).
Aquatic
(Water)
Latitude
(Distance north or south of the equator).
Altitude
(Distance above or below sea level).
Tundra
Permanently frozen subsoil.
Taiga
Long,severve winters; summers wiith thawing subsoil.
Temperate Deciduous Forest
Moderate precipitation; cold winters, warm summers.
Tropical Rain Forest
Heavy rainfall constant warmth.
Grassland
Much variability in rainfall and temperature: strong prevailing winds.
Desert
Little rainfall; extreme daily temperature changes.
Marine Biome
The oceans of the earth make up ((saltwater) biomes.
Freshwater Biomes
Include ponds,Lakes,Streams and Rivers.