Where Living Things are Found ~ Ecosystems
Terms in this set (14)
The things, both living and nonliving, that surround a living thing.
The living and nonliving things in an environment.
A group of the same kind of living thing that all live in one place at the same time.
All the populations of organisms that live in an ecosystem.
The place where a population lives in an ecosystem.
An area in which the main plants are trees.
A forest in which most trees lose and regrow their leaves each year.
tropical rain forest
A hot, wet forest where the trees grow very tall and their leaves stay green all year.
A thick forest with tall trees that gets a lot of rain and does not get very warm or cold.
A forest in which most of the trees are conifers (cone-bearing) and stay green all year.
An ecosystem where there is very little rain.
An ecosystem made up of large, flat areas of land that are covered with grass.
Water that has a lot of salt in it.
Water that has very little salt in it.
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