Tropical rainforest By Andrew Fernandez
Jambu (Plant Kingdom) In order for the Jambu fruit to survive, it needs a place where it can get sun light, water, and oxygen. It could not survive in the desert because the desert has little water. The tropical rainforest is a perfect place for this plant because it gets everything it needs there. It gets enough water, sunlight, and oxygen it needs to survive. The tropical rainforest is good place for the Jambu fruit.
Fruit Dove (Animal Kingdom) The Fruit Dove needs a biome that has Jambu growing there. The tropical rainforest has all the things a Fruit Dove needs to survive. It has tall trees for them to build their nest. And the tropical rainforest also has fresh air and food for the Fruit Doves to eat. This is why the Fruit Dove lives in this biome.
King Cobra (Reptile Kingdom) The King Cobra lives in the tropical rainforest because the tropical rainforest has a number of species living there especially small animals for the Cobra to eat. It is home to many small animals like mice, fruit doves, etc. the King Cobra also needs high elevation and tall trees. They also need water and high vegetation which the tropical rainforest can provide. Plus the King Cobra prefers wet land. This is why it lives the tropical rainforest.
Harpy Eagle (Animal Kingdom) The Harpy Eagle lives in the tropical rainforest because it has all the things it needs. It has tall tree for nesting and fresh water. The Harpy Eagle spends its time by looking for animals in the trees or on the ground that are in the open. This biome is good for it because the tropical rainforest is large place for the Harpy Eagle to fly with ease. This is why Harpy Eagles live in the tropical rainforest.
Earth worm (Animallia Kingdom) The Earth Worm lives in the tropical rainforest because of the rich soil. In the desert, the worm would die because its dry. But in the tropical rainforest it rains a lot which makes the soil moist. Which gives the Earth Worm a cool place to live. The soil also pervides food for them like animals that have “deceased” into the ground. The tropical rainforest is a good place for an Earth Worm.
Endoplasmic Reticulum: carries materials from one part of the cell to another Animal Cell Golgi body: receive materials from the endoplasmic reticulum and sends them to other parts of the cell Nucleus: directs all of the cell’s activities, including reproduction Ribosomes: Function as factories to produce proteins Cell Membrane: forms a barrier between the cytoplasm and the environment outside the cell Mitochondria: Rod shaped organelles that produces most of the cell’s energy Lysosomes: These small organelles contain chemicals that break down food Particles and worn out cell parts Cytoplasm: The material within a cell apart from the nucleus Vacuole: some animal cells have vacuoles that store food, water, waste, and other materials
Nucleus: directs all of the cell’s activities, including reproduction Cytoplasm: a gel like fluid in which many different organelles are found Plant Cell Cell Wall: a stiff wall surrounds the membrane, giving the cell a rigid, boxlike shaped Golgi Body: receive materials from the endoplasmic reticulum and send them to other parts of the cell Chloroplasts: organelles capture energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the cell Mitochondrion: Most of the cell’s energy is produced within these rod shaped organelles Vacuole: this sac within the cytoplasm stores water, food, waste products, and other materials Cell Membrane: protects the cell and regulates what substances enter and leave the cell Endoplasmic Reticulum: network of passageways carries materials from one part of the cell to another Ribosomes: small structures function as factories to produce protein
The Differences Between Animal and Plant cells There are many difference between an animal cell and a plant cell. One difference is that a plant cell has a cell wall but an animal cell does not. Another way they are different is that a animal cell has a small vacuole but a plant cell has a big vacuole. Another way they are different is that plant cells have chloroplasts but animal cells do not. Those are the differences of the animal and plant cells.
Photosynthesis and respiration equations • Photosynthesis: • 6 CO2 + 6 H2O C6 H12 O6 + 6O2 • Respiration: • C6 H12 O6 + 6O2 6CO2 + 6 H2O + energy Light energy
1st Paragraph There are a lot of unique things about the tropical rainforest. One thing that makes it unique is that it is home to half of the earth’s plants and animals. Another thing that makes the tropical rainforest so unique is that the wilderness is so beautiful and that tribal culture have lived there successfully for 1000s of years. The biotic factors are any living things that live in the area like animals and plants. The abiotic factors are non living things that are in the area. Like water, soil, or air. But doesn’t include dead animals or plants.
2nd paragraph • The weather and climate that dominate the rainforest is hot but wet and its above 18 degrees. The tropical rainforest has a lot of landforms like mountains and valleys. Tropical Rainforests also have wetlands such as swamps, marshes, bogs, etc. it also has streams, rivers, and flood plate. Thoughs are the landforms of the tropical rainforest
3rd paragraph • One ecological concern in the tropical rainforest is that new species could be extinct before sciencetists could have a chance to discover them. Another concern is that Sediments in the soil could wash into the water. One more concern is large scale floods could result to no water for organism in the environment. Some ways people have helped the tropical rainforest is by planting trees in places where they have been cut down. Another way humans have helped is they have encouraged people to live in a way that helps the environment.