Trent/Biomes

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1. Organism

1.1. Endangered Species

1.2. Threatened Species

2. Population

3. Comunity

3.1. Climax Community

4. Rain Forest

4.1. Biotic Factors

4.2. Abiotic Factors

5. Temperate Diciduous Forest

5.1. Biotic Factors

5.2. Abiotic Factors

6. Coniforous Forest

6.1. Biotic Factors

6.2. Abiotic Factors

7. Desert

7.1. Biotic Factors

7.2. Abiotic Factors

8. Tundra

8.1. Biotic Factors

8.2. Abiotic Factors

9. Freshwater Biome

9.1. Biotic Factors

9.2. Abiotic Factors

10. Marine Biome

10.1. Biotic Factors

10.2. Abiotic Factors

11. Grassland/Savanah

11.1. Biotic Factors

11.2. Abiotic Factors

12. Ecosystem

12.1. Food Chain

12.1.1. Producer

12.1.1.1. Primary Consumer

12.1.1.1.1. Secondary Consumer

12.1.1.2. Decomposer

12.2. Food Web

12.2.1. Trophic levels

12.3. Hot Spot

12.4. Wetlands

12.5. Pollution Affecting Our Ecosystems

12.5.1. Erosion

12.5.2. Runoff

12.5.3. Impermeable Surfaces

12.5.4. Urbanization

12.5.5. Point Source

12.5.6. Non-Point Source

12.5.7. Organic Pollutants

12.5.8. Inorganic Pollutants

13. Important Factors to Survival

13.1. Biodiversity

13.1.1. Genetic Biodiversity

13.1.2. Species Biodiversity

13.1.3. Ecosystem Biodiversity

14. Miscellaneous terms that affect the enviroment

14.1. Biodiversity

14.2. Genetic Biodiversity

14.3. Species Biodiversity

14.4. Ecosystem Biodiversity

14.5. Indicator Species

14.6. Ecological Succession

14.6.1. Primary Succession

14.6.2. Secondary Succession

14.7. Pioneer Species

14.8. Limiting Factors

14.8.1. Carrying Capacity

14.9. Population Growth

14.9.1. Population Growth Rate

14.9.2. Exponential Growth

14.9.3. J Curve

14.9.4. S Curve

14.10. Water

14.10.1. Aquifer

14.10.2. Water Pollution

14.10.3. Aquifer

14.10.4. Desalination

14.10.5. Water shed

14.11. Natural Resources

14.11.1. Renewable Resources

14.11.2. Nonrenewable Resources