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Ecosystems and Biomes

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  1. Ecosystems and Biomes Chapter 2 Review

  2. Eats other organisms. Consumers

  3. If a fox eats a bunny, and the bunny eats grass, what type of consumer is the fox? Second-level consumer

  4. Makes its own food. producers

  5. Best way to represent a large complex system (ex. water cycle). computer model

  6. In which process do producers use carbon from carbon dioxide to produce other carbon-containing molecules? photosynthesis

  7. What shape would the carbon cycle be in a physical model? circular

  8. Group of land ecosystems with similar climates and organisms. biome

  9. Ponds and rivers are what types of ecosystems? Fresh water

  10. Organisms that were brought by humans from one part of the world to another. Exotic species

  11. Overlapping food chains in an ecosystem. Food web

  12. Biome that is extremely cold and dry. tundra

  13. Break down the remains of dead organisms. decomposers

  14. Frozen soil in the tundra. permafrost

  15. Process by which a gas turns to a liquid. condensation

  16. Movement of organisms from one place to another. (ex. Spider moved by wind) dispersal

  17. Changing free nitrogen into a usuable form. Nitrogen fixation

  18. Eats only animals. carnivore

  19. Eats only plants. herbivore

  20. Eats both plants and animals. omnivore

  21. Second-level consumers(2). Carnivores Omnivores

  22. Producers release _____ as a product of photosynthesis. oxygen

  23. Feeds on dead organisms. scavenger

  24. Trees that lose their leaves each year. Deciduous trees

  25. Biome that has many grasses. grassland

  26. Shows energy moving from one feeding level to another. Energy pyramid

  27. Organisms eating other organisms in a series of events. Food chain

  28. Rain, snow, sleet, or hail (anything wet falling to Earth). precipitation

  29. Process by which a liquid changes to a gas. evaporation

  30. Where the fresh water of a river meets the salt water of the ocean. estuary

  31. Tallest layer of the rainforest. Emergent layer

  32. Leafy roof under the emergent layer in a rainforest. canopy

  33. Layer of shorter trees under the canopy. understory

  34. Annual average temperature and precipitation. climate