see biome, population, ecosystem, community
a plant, it is the only thing on a food web that can convery solar energy into energy for itself
it eats the producers, only gets 10%of the energy
etas the primary consumers, only gets 10% of their energy
eats the secondary consumers, only gets 10% of the secondary consumers 10% or the primary condumers 10%, so they have to eat a lot to get the energy that they need.
somthing that breaks things down, like worms and bacteria
things that are living or were living at one time, or a peice of a living thing or a peice of somthin that was living at one time
all of the organisms live together in communitys see population, biome, organism, ecosystem,
see population, ecosystem, community, organism
contains small amounts of life due to the extreem climate and envirnment
very good for supporting life
lots of deer, in some place lions and girafes, good for life
pennsylvania is mostly this
see notes from organism section
includes everything in the foodchain section
the levels in a pyramid
see biome, organism, community, population,
differences within the species
different species in the same ecosystem
found in the tropics on the equator, these are small areas with high biodiversity, they only cover 2%of earths land
these will probably become extinct soon
these are not as bad endangered, but will become endangered soon
see ecosystem, community, biome, organism
population growth rate
finicky plants that tell weather or not an ecosystem is healthy
the first species to come to a new enviornment, such a an island formed by volcanic rock. usually small and fast growing.
when an ecosystem grows in a place there has never been an ecosystem.
when an ecosystem grows in a place where there was an cosystem before.
second graph on the page
sixth graph on the page
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surface that doe not allow water to pass through it.