Alyssa's Environmental Science Mind Map

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1. Organism

1.1. A form of life considered as an entity.

1.2. Animals

1.3. Plants

1.4. Fungi

1.5. Moneran

1.6. Protistan

1.7. Mammal

2. Population

3. Community

4. Ecosystem

5. Biomes

5.1. Desert biome

5.2. A community characterized by certain animals in plants that make up the region and live under the same climate.

5.3. Tundra

5.4. Rainforest

5.5. Grasslands

5.6. Savannah

5.7. Arctic

5.8. Deciduous and coniferous forest

6. Rainforest

6.1. A tall, dense forest of many trees in an area of annual rainfall.

6.2. Where are rainforests?

6.2.1. Central America

6.2.2. Amazon

6.2.3. Africa

6.2.4. Southern Asia

6.2.5. Austrailia

7. Desert

8. Tundra

8.1. A vast, level, treeless plain in the arctic regions of Europe, Asia, North America.

9. Freshwater Biome

9.1. Among one of most important biomes.

9.2. A major natural water source.

9.3. Algea

9.4. Aquatic animals

9.5. Photosynthetic plankton

10. Marine Biome

11. Grassland/Savannah

11.1. An area of land that natural vegetation has perennial grasses.

11.2. An example of a grassland is a prarie.

12. Food Chain

13. Food Web

13.1. A group of things that make up a commmunity.

13.2. Filled with prey and predators, consumers, decomposers, etc.

14. Primary Conumers

14.1. A herbivore or an animal that consumes plants.

15. Secondary Consumers

16. Producers

16.1. A plant that is able to produce its own food from inorganic items.

16.2. Plants are only producer in an ecosystem.

16.3. Extra information

17. Biotic Factors

17.1. A factor that is living or once was living in an ecosystem.

17.2. Whale

17.3. Fish

17.4. Wooden Ruler

17.5. Corpse

17.6. Snail

17.7. Snake

17.8. Bread

17.9. Hair

17.10. Finger Nails

17.11. Wool

17.12. Cotton Fabric

17.13. Paper

17.14. Plants

17.15. Salad

17.16. Steak or pork chops

18. Abiotic Factors

18.1. A non-living factor in an ecosystem and was never living.

18.2. Clock

18.3. Water

18.4. Temperature

18.5. Plastic

18.6. Sand

18.7. Aluminum

18.8. Wind Direction

18.9. Clouds

18.10. Sunlight

18.11. Air

18.12. Glass

19. Tropic Levels

20. Decomposer

20.1. A decomposer is a thing that decomposes.

20.2. bacteria

20.3. Yabby

20.4. Worm

21. Tertiary Consumer

21.1. A carnivorous animal

21.2. At the top of the food chain, these consumers only eat other carnivores or other secondary carnivores.

21.3. Snake

21.4. Fish

21.5. Bear

21.6. Seal

22. Biodiversity

23. Genetic Biodiversity

24. Species Biodiversity

25. Ecosystem Biodiversity

26. Hot Spots

27. Endangered Species

28. Threatened Species

29. Indicator Species

30. Ecological Succession

31. Primary Succession

32. Secondary Succession

33. Pioneer Species