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Using Sunshine

Using Sunshine

Using Sunshine Module D Chapter 3 Sections 3-1 & 3-2 Grade 5 Plants Water usually enters plants through the roots Water vapor & oxygen exit the leaf Photosynthesis Plants trap light energy and use it to make sugars This process is called photosynthesis

By jacob
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The Age of The Dinosaurs

The Age of The Dinosaurs

The Age of The Dinosaurs Millions of years ago , Great beasts called "dinosaurs" thundered over the earth. Yet up until the last century, when the first dinosaur fossils were discovered, no one even imagined such animals existed. Dinosaurs

By niveditha
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Ecology

Ecology

Study of interactions between organisms and their environments. Ecology. What you will learn in Ecology . What is Ecology? Habitats Feeding relationships in a habitat. Food chains Energy flow in a food chain. What you will learn in Ecology . Food Webs Adaptations Competition

By Roberta
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Andrea Gervelmeyer Emerging Risks Unit

Andrea Gervelmeyer Emerging Risks Unit

Food safety and Food sovereignty: a possible linkage for rural development?. Andrea Gervelmeyer Emerging Risks Unit. Outline . EFSA EFSA Emerging Risks Unit Introduction of “Safe Food, Fair Food” project: Background Organisations involved Objectives Methods and Activities Progress.

By victoria
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Feeding Frenzy Report

Feeding Frenzy Report

Feeding Frenzy Report. Check spelling!!!!!!!!!!!! 3 rd person Remember to include your sources, for definitions, ideas, etc. Introduction: Background: competition, predation, resource partitioning, define terms used Rationale for doing the study: Why is this important, purpose

By Leo
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Alpine Biome

Alpine Biome

Alpine Biome. By: T. Kim. General Information. Similar to tundra/artic biomes High mountain areas: 10,000 ft+ Average temperature Summer: 10-15 C Winter: Below freezing Limiting Factors: several temperature, lack of CO2, high UV wavelengths, etc. Precipitation: 30 cm/year.

By DoraAna
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Snake vs Kangaroo

Snake vs Kangaroo

Snake vs Kangaroo. Who is the bigger animal of the food chain.

By Roberta
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leopard By joshua

leopard By joshua

leopard By joshua. Babies. Leopards have up to 1-3 cubs at a time. Defenses and Enemies. The leopards defenses are camouflage. Habitat. The leopards habitat is rain forests. Food Chain. Interesting Fact. The leopards interesting facts are doughnut-shaped spots.

By Melvin
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Squirrels by Jacob

Squirrels by Jacob

Squirrels by Jacob. Babie Squirrels. Baby squirrels are blind when they are born. Defenses and Enemies. A Squirrel may get hunted by the weasel ,fox ,hawk , eagle ,lynk ,bear, and coyote. Habitat. Squirrels live in mostly in trees. Interesting Fact.

By RoyLauris
(358 views)

Ocelot

Ocelot

Ocelot. Details. Physical Descriptions. Size. Color. Details. Habitat Descriptions. Niche . Range. Details. Reproduction Information. Breeding seasons. Strategy . Gestation Period. Litter number. Details. Adaptation. Camoflouge. Details. ADAPATATIONS.

By salena
(668 views)

Yemen Desert

Yemen Desert

Yemen Desert. By Caleb Turnmire. I can define the meaning of a biome. A biome is a place were specific plant and animals live depending there climate. I can display and locate my state, country, or area on a world map. This is Images of Yemen. Yemen desert land. Is bumpy and smooth.

By Gideon
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Community Relationships

Community Relationships

Community Relationships. Ecology & Levels of Organization. Ecology Is the scientific study of the interactions between organisms and the environment Organisms and their interactions with one another and the environment have led scientists to organize nature into different levels as follows:

By Ava
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2 nd Semester Challenge

2 nd Semester Challenge

2 nd Semester Challenge. Directions : After each question, write your answer on a separate sheet of paper. You will be given about 30 seconds per questions. The group with the most correct answers will win. Evolution 10 questions.

By albert
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Energy in Ecosystems

Energy in Ecosystems

Energy in Ecosystems. Ecosystem Components. Producers Basis of an ecosystem’s energy Autotrophs : perform photosynthesis to make sugars Chemotrophs : Bacteria which use minerals from deep-sea vents to make energy Consumers Heterotrophs : Consumes others for energy

By omer
(181 views)

THE BIOSPHERE Ch. 3 p.62-83

THE BIOSPHERE Ch. 3 p.62-83

THE BIOSPHERE Ch. 3 p.62-83. What is Ecology ?. Study of interactions between organisms and between organisms and their environment . Ernst Haeckel – coined term Ecology in 1866 Greek word “ oikos ” means house Natures “houses”come in many sizes. Levels of Organization.

By lotus
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Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Chapter 3 The Biosphere

Chapter 3 The Biosphere. Section 3 – 2 Energy Flow. Energy Flow. Energy flows through Ecosystems. Energy In: . Consumers Convert to Heat. Producers Convert to Carbohydrates. Producers - Photoautotrophs. Key Concept: Sunlight is the main source of energy for most life on earth.

By MikeCarlo
(370 views)

LEVEL 3 BIOLOGY

LEVEL 3 BIOLOGY

ECOSYSTEMS. LEVEL 3 BIOLOGY. AN ECOSYSTEM IS…. All the communities and abiotic factors in an environment. COMMUNITIES All the kinds of living things EXAMPLES Water lillies Goldfish Frogs Bacteria Cattails. ABIOTIC FACTORS Conditions or resources EXAMPLES Water Sunlight Oxygen

By ostinmannual
(458 views)

Flow of energy in ecosystems

Flow of energy in ecosystems

Flow of energy in ecosystems. Food Chains & Food Webs. Turn and talk to a partner. How do you get your energy? From where does that energy come? Why do you need energy?. Photosynthesis. Plants use the sun’s energy to make their own food – turning light energy into chemical energy.

By temple
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How Do Living Things Get Energy?

How Do Living Things Get Energy?

How Do Living Things Get Energy?. By: Mr. Hearn. Objective Energy is transferred to living things through the food they eat. Student knows examples of living things that are: producers, consumers, carnivores, herbivores, & omnivores. GLE: Students explain how plants & animals interact.

By ashby
(1287 views)

KS3 Biology

KS3 Biology

KS3 Biology. 7C Feeding Relationships. Contents. 7C Feeding Relationships. Habitats. Adaptations. Feeding types. Food chains. Food webs. Summary activities. Habitats. What is a habitat? The place where an organism lives is called its habitat. What makes a habitat?

By opa
(249 views)

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