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Welcome! First we will look at the quizzes – we will grade them in class – then we will start the new Challenge (3).

Welcome! First we will look at the quizzes – we will grade them in class – then we will start the new Challenge (3).

Welcome! First we will look at the quizzes – we will grade them in class – then we will start the new Challenge (3). Hmwk: Complete Part 3 if needed. Challenge 3 – Part 1 Food Chains.

By DoraAna
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Temperate Desert

Temperate Desert

Temperate Desert. By: David F. and Jaclyn O. . Climate. Daytime temperatures are high in the summer and low in the winter. Average Annual Temperature is °F Temperatures are as low as 8°F in January and as high as 119°F in August. Precipitation is low, less than 100 cm a year. . Plants.

By Pat_Xavi
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Chapter 3: The Biosphere

Chapter 3: The Biosphere

Chapter 3: The Biosphere. Section 3-2: Energy Flow. Interest Grabber. Pass It Along. Section 3-2.

By issac
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APES year in review

APES year in review

APES year in review. 2010, The year everyone gets a 5!. Chapter 1: Introduction. Understand how natural world works Understand how human systems interact with natural system Accurately determine environmental problems Develop and follow a sustainable relationship with natural world.

By august
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APES year in review

APES year in review

APES year in review. 2007, The year everyone gets a 5!. Chapter 1: Introduction. Understand how natural world works Understand how human systems interact with natural system Accurately determine environmental problems Develop and follow a sustainable relationship with natural world.

By avariella
(100 views)

Ecosystem Productivity

Ecosystem Productivity

Ecosystem Productivity. Principles of Ecology. Primary productivity . The rate at which producers capture & store energy in their tissues Gross = total Net = after respiration The most productive ecosystems in the world  estuaries, swamps, marshes, tropical rain forest.

By marcos
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Ecology

Ecology

Ecology. What is Ecology?. Ecology is the study of interactions among organisms (biotic factors) and between organisms and their environment (abiotic factors). Biotic factors- all the living things in the environment

By arwen
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ECOLOGY: the study of how organisms interact with each other and their environment

ECOLOGY: the study of how organisms interact with each other and their environment

ECOLOGY: the study of how organisms interact with each other and their environment Specifically, how organisms: get energy avoid being energy for another organism u se energy to reproduce, so there are always organisms of that species on earth.

By alanna
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ECOLOGY

ECOLOGY

ECOLOGY. Biosphere and Its Units. ECOLOGY The study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. Not just related to pollution Unifying factor is adaptation . Biosphere and Its Units. Biosphere Area of earth where life exists

By vida
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The Biosphere

The Biosphere

The Biosphere. Chapter 3. Dr. Donna Howell Biology I Blacksburg High School. Ecology. Ecology is the study of interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment.

By diamond
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Energy Flow Pyramids and Trophic Levels

Energy Flow Pyramids and Trophic Levels

Energy Flow Pyramids and Trophic Levels. Does all the energy this caterpillar eats get passed to the bird who eats him?. Plant material eaten by caterpillar. 100 kilocalories (kcal). 35 kcal. Cellular respiration. 50 kcal. Feces. 15 kcal. Growth. TROPHIC LEVELS.

By lelia
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Lecture #24		Date ________

Lecture #24 Date ________

Lecture #24 Date ________. Chapter 54 ~ Ecosystems. Relationships, I. Trophic structure / levels ~ feeding relationships in an ecosystem Primary producers ~ the trophic level that supports all others; autotrophs Primary consumers ~ herbivores Secondary and tertiary consumers ~ carnivores

By zora
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Ecosystems Gameshow

Ecosystems Gameshow

Ecosystems Gameshow. One question per round Teams mark the others during each round Make sure your answers are complete All teams can score during each round!. What is a habitat?. What is a habitat?. Where one particular plant/animal lives.

By zalman
(128 views)

2.1 Ecosystem Structure

2.1 Ecosystem Structure

2.1 Ecosystem Structure. IBESS. Food chain in a Taiga forest. Secondary consumer. Primary consumer. Producer. What would you call the trophic level of something that ate the lynx?. Sun. Ringed seal. Baltic cod. Sprat.

By kynton
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Energy Flow in Ecosystem

Energy Flow in Ecosystem

Energy Flow in Ecosystem. Sunlight! Producers , aka autotrophs use photosynthesis to create food. Produce ATP and NADPH to then form gluclose. Both producers and consumers use cellular respiration to gain energy from food.

By della
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Ecosystems

Ecosystems

Ecosystems. The flow of energy in an Ecosystem. Movement of Energy in an Ecosystem. How does energy and nutrients flow or move through a community? How is the flow or movement of energy or nutrients essential to a community?

By edena
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Bell Ringer:

Bell Ringer:

Bell Ringer:. Define and give examples of the following: Autotroph Heterotroph Herbivore Omnivore Carnivore Decomposer. Feeding Relationships & Energy Flow. Feeding Relationships. There are 3 main types of feeding relationships 1. Producer - Consumer 2. Predator - Prey

By nibal
(159 views)

Ecology

Ecology

Ecology. What is ecology?. Ecology is the study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with their physical environment (soil, water, climate…) ECO = LOGY =. house. the study of. LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION. Species Population Community Ecosystem Biome Biosphere.

By arien
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Ecosystems

Ecosystems

Ecosystems . What they are?. Plum Island. The State of the Nation’s Ecosystems: Measuring the lands, waters, and living resources of the United States. . Six major types of ecosystems : Coasts and oceans Farmlands Forests Fresh waters Grasslands and shrublands

By shepry
(203 views)

Limiting Factor

Limiting Factor

Limiting Factor. Anything that restricts the number of individuals in a population. Includes living and nonliving features of the ecosystem. Ecologic Pyramids.

By khuong
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