passive transport of water across a selectively permeable membrane
a small, particular part of a habitat in which particular organisms live; for example, beneath the bark of a tree within a forest habitat
wandering, migrating; to move from one region and settle in another; move periodically from one region to another
Pop off archivalTag fitted to a marine animal that collects data relating to environmental conditions. The tag then 'pops' off to the ocean surface where it can transmit the data to a satellite network.
The many different species that live together in a habitat.
the role of an organism in its habitat, or how it makes its living
nonliving, physical features of the environment, including air, water, sunlight, soil, temperature, and climate
the range of conditions that an organism can survive in
removal of dissolved materials such as phosphates and nitrates from soil by water moving downwards through soil.
the process by which water is lost through a plant's leaves
area in which tree crowns cover most of the ground
Pore-like openings in leaves that allow gases (CO2 and O2) and water to diffuse in and out of the leaves.
A condition typified by extremely low metabolic rate and a suspension of growth and development.