Chp. 19 Cycles in Nature
Holt - Science & Technology Chp. 19- Cycles in Nature The Cycles of Nature Ecological Succession
The replacement of one type of community by another at a single place over a period of time.
A species that colonized an uninhabited area and that starts a process of succession
The change of a substance from a liquid to a gas
The change of state from gas to a liquid
Any form of water that falls o the earths surface from the clouds
The breakdown of substances into simpler molecular substances
The burning of a substance
The variety of species in an area
is precipitation that falls on land and then goes into rivers and lakes
Animals get the carbon they need
by eating plants.
Organic matter being broken down by bacteria and returning
carbon dioxide and water to the environment
What organisms need to build proteins and DNA
How do most animals get the nitrogen they need?
from eating other organisms
is a community growing in an area where organisms have never lived
Primary succession begins
on bare rock.
is a well adapted species in a mature community.
A forest fire can show succession because
the trees and plants have been destroyed
however there is still soil that contains nutrients that
was unaffected therefore organisms will begin to
a community undergo changes and survive
has organisms that are well adapted to live together in the same area over time
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