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Principles of Ecology

Principles of Ecology

Principles of Ecology. Unit 2 Chapter 2. What is ecology?. Ecology : study of interactions that take place between organisms and their environment. Biosphere. the portion of the Earth that supports living things Ex: ocean, forest, atmosphere. Abiotic vs. Biotic factors.

By benjamin
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Ecological Pyramids

Ecological Pyramids

Ecological Pyramids. Energy Loss in Ecosystems I. Energy flow through an ecosystem is based on the laws of thermodynamics (physics) First Law : Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change forms

By dolores
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Ecological Pyramids

Ecological Pyramids

Ecological Pyramids. Energy Pyramid shows energy as it moves from one feeding level in a food chain to another.  . Only 10 percent of energy available at each level is transferred to next. Pyramid of Numbers. relative number of organisms at each trophic level. 1 hawk. 8 finches.

By fox
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Science: Unit B Chapter 2 Hosted by Mrs. Tweedie

Science: Unit B Chapter 2 Hosted by Mrs. Tweedie

Jeopardy. Science: Unit B Chapter 2 Hosted by Mrs. Tweedie. Energy Pyramid. Living Things and Food. Food Chain. Food Webs. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. Row 1, Col 1. What is a producer?.

By brigitte
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A Local Ecosystem

A Local Ecosystem

A Local Ecosystem. Abiotic features of the environment. Abiotic features are the non-living components of the environment. They include, Physical features: temperature, rainfall, wind, light intensity, humidity, soil type, water, landform

By tyme
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Ecology

Ecology

Ecology. What is a biosphere?. The part of the Earth that supports living organisms Includes the topmost crust, the water and the surrounding atmosphere. What is ecology?.

By gino
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Ecology 2

Ecology 2

Ecology 2. Energy Flow in Ecosystems. Biodiversity. Biodiversity is the variety of organisms in a given area. Physical factors (abiotic) have a big influence on biodiversity. Ex: Low temp or Low water = Low biodiversity. Sahara Desert. Forest. Sunlight.

By waylon
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Ecology Part II: Ecosystems & Communities

Ecology Part II: Ecosystems & Communities

Ecology Part II: Ecosystems & Communities. Chapters 24.3, 25.3, 26.1. What Makes Up an Ecosystem?. Biotic Factors : living or once-living environmental features in an ecosystem. Abiotic Factors: non-living physical features. How Do Organisms Interact in an Ecosystem?.

By ranit
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Aim How does energy flow through a food web?

Aim How does energy flow through a food web?

Aim How does energy flow through a food web?. Do Now 1. Answer the Do Now question 2. Look over handed back work. Food Chain. _______________  ________________  ____________________  _______________ . Food Chain. Grass  Rabbit  Snake  Bear.

By ardara
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Picture File

Picture File

Picture File. Sarah Renke Ed 470 SP 12 Valerie Beltran. Genetics. 2. Mutation and sexual reproduction lead to genetic variation in a population.

By bebe
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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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When a flower(or plant) begins to grow.

When a flower(or plant) begins to grow.

When a flower(or plant) begins to grow. germination. -HOME-. Pollen producer of the flower. anther. -HOME-. The hard protective covering of a flower is housed in... . seed. -HOME-. The three parts of the pistil. Stigma. Style and ovary. -HOME-. It attracts the pollinators. petals.

By bessie
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Biology End of Course Test (EOCT) Study Guide

Biology End of Course Test (EOCT) Study Guide

Biology End of Course Test (EOCT) Study Guide. Venecia R Stewart, Ed.S . Honors & General Biology Teacher Campbell High School. C haracteristics of L iving T hings. Made of one or more cells Unicellular-made of one cell Multicellular-made of more than one cell

By sonora
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Energy Flow

Energy Flow

Energy Flow. From the Sun, Through an Ecosystem, Into Heat. Autotrophs / Producers. Auto = Self-made example: Automatic, Automobile Troph = Eater / Food Example: trophy (prizes in competitions used to be food!) So, AUTOTROPHS make their own food. They produce their own food. How?.

By kineks
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A vulture is a scavenger . A scavenger is an animal that Eats according to the changing seasons

A vulture is a scavenger . A scavenger is an animal that Eats according to the changing seasons

A vulture is a scavenger . A scavenger is an animal that Eats according to the changing seasons Feeds on plants only Eats both plants and animals Feeds on animals that are no longer alive The word absorbs means Stays away Takes in Lifts up Turns over

By dysis
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Ecosystems and Biomes

Ecosystems and Biomes

Ecosystems and Biomes. Chapter 2 Review. Eats other organisms . Consumers. If a fox eats a bunny, and the bunny eats grass, what type of consumer is the fox ?. Second-level consumer. Makes its own food . producers. Best way to represent a large complex system (ex. w ater cycle) .

By cruz
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Victoria Basin Forest- SAVANNA MOSAIC

Victoria Basin Forest- SAVANNA MOSAIC

Victoria Basin Forest- SAVANNA MOSAIC. INTRODUCTION. LOCATION TOPOGRAPHY CLIMATE PLANTS ANIMALS PEOPLE ENVIRONMENT. Location. Victoria Basin covers 273,400 square miles of North East Africa Countrties: Uganda , Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya. location.

By vail
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Energy Flow Pyramids and Trophic Levels

Energy Flow Pyramids and Trophic Levels

Energy Flow Pyramids and Trophic Levels. TROPHIC LEVELS. Determined by the organism’s source of energy There are 3 main trophic levels in a food web. Organisms are identified by their trophic level according to their name. Autotrophs Heterotrophs Saprotrophs. 1. AUTOTROPHS:.

By gurit
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FOOD CHAINS AND FOOD WEBS

FOOD CHAINS AND FOOD WEBS

FOOD CHAINS AND FOOD WEBS. FOOD CHAIN . Producer – A food source for consumers. Primary Consumer (herbivores) Secondary C onsumers ( eat herbivores) Tertiary consumers (eat the organisms that eat herbivores)

By kadeem
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FOOD PYRAMIDS, WEBS, AND CHAINS

FOOD PYRAMIDS, WEBS, AND CHAINS

FOOD PYRAMIDS, WEBS, AND CHAINS. FOOD CHAIN : simple diagram of a feeding network. A. Producers - organisms that ‘produce’ their own food by photosynthesis and are known as autotrophs (green plants & some bacteria)

By sereno
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