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Parent Category: Ecology and Bionomics
This category is a discussion of the environment in which animals, plants, and microorganisms live, how they interact with each other and what the impact of various living entities have on the environment can be found in this section.
Yes. All the natural sources of food can be contaminated withresidues of pesticides etc., for example, you can find traces ofDDT and PCBs in the body fat of penguins. Also, most foods containwater, which is a chemical, and foods themselves are organicchemicals, which means that they contain carbon,...
They have small holes in their shells.
Depends on the location of the forest. Gray Wolf: The iconic predator of the American North. Wolfpopulations have sprung back in recent years after decades ofdecline. Jaguar: The largest feline in the Americas, the jaguar once rangesinto the Southern US. Now its range is from Mexico to Peru. ...
Reidi Seahorses, Coral beauty angelfish, Fire Coral and many more types of coral, algea and more
The population of Asia is approximately 4 billion people. Thecontinent takes up nearly 10 percent of the land on the entireplanet.
Greenhouse gases, climate and temperature can all be affected byenergy conservation.
This question is based on a misconception. Abiotic factors are nonliving parts of an environment, such as temperature and rock type.Biotic factors are living things, which includes decomposers,
Should be herbivores since carnivores are higher in the food chain.
Supplies of food, places and sources we can get food from.
Kalahari Desert & Richtersveld
It turns to water and sometimes methane gas is released.
It is a herbivore. It eats mainly seeds, leaves, mangrove shoots, and unripe fruit.
The sandy region of the western Sahara in Mauritanian is called theempty "quarter".
t s the difference between micro and macro process in theecosystem?
By who lives in it. . Examples:. Consumers, primary producers, decomposers, omnivores, carnivores, herbivores..
Grasses, mosses and forbs are outstanding producers in the Tundra .
The Namib Desert is found along the coast of Namibia.
The Kayapo honor the relationship between the environment andpeople. In agriculture, they farm land for a few years and thenmove to another area and farm it for a few years. In more recentyears, they have allowed mining and logging of the rain forests.
insects usually dont eat zooplankton. They eat algae.
Certain cavys are found in the Sahara Desert like the desert rodentbut not all kinds of cavys as the scorching heat of the sun inSahara is too much for a cavy.
About 90'' of potatoes on the coastal regions.
no, they are omnivores-they eat plants and meat
Yes, plants and photosynthetic organisms are producers. They produce usable forms of enery for other ecosystem members.
they have moved to the cities because the wanted to search for diffrent economic opportunities
It just want be moist. Let it happen. It will come for you.
Animals that live in the littoral zone have a wide variety ofpredators who eat them. When the tide is in, littoral organisms arepreyed upon by sea animals (like fish). When the tide is out, theyare preyed upon by land animals, like foxes and people. Birds (likegulls) and marine mammals (like...
omnivore . :) hoped that answered your question
In this system Four process occur ; i) Formation of Nitrates: It is the formation of nitrogen into nitrates becausenitrogen is not directly available to plants. Formation of nitratesor Nitrogen Fixation occur through : 1. Atmospheric nitrogen fixation ( Through lightening) 2. Biological nitrogen...
A series of overlapping food chains would create a food web.
A carnivore snail will eat meat or eat other snails and a herbivore snail will not eat meat and will only eat vegetables.
Any green plant: bush, tree, vine, vegetable, cactus or other, is not a decomposer. It is a producer .
They feed at night where they dive down and feed on schools of fish and squid.
There are many, many many types of vegetation in the Amazon basin, from orchids and bromeliads to a native tropical fruit tree called the abiu. Much of the vegetation in this region is unknown and yet to be discovered, so it's really hard to make a list of all the plant life of the Amazon Basin.
Tundra means an area where plants can't grow. Considereing there would be no plants in tundra, animals wouldn't react to them.
Answer . \nActually they are referred to as "horizons" and there are four. Begining at the top level "O" and decending to the bottom level of bedrock "C". Now we have both learned a very interesting fact about our planet.
What herbivores are m the pacific ocean
Any kind of insects they can find.
Snails, slugs,earthworms, bacteria, and mushrooms are some decomposers in theSahara desert..
In a food chain, there are four crucial members. There are theprimary producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers andtertiary consumers. An example of a food chain can be found in astream found in a forest. The primary producers would be plant likeproducers such as algae that produce food...
Grass,cattails frogs,fish its pretty basic.
The similarities between autotrophs and heterotrophs are they areboth living things. The essentials for their life is air, sunlightand water. They both also need food to live.
The area of the Sahara had already long been a desert by 2000 BCE.Lack of precipitation and a rise in temperature had dried up thearea by 3400 BCE.
Africa is the second biggest continent in the world and is home tothe largest desert on Earth, the Sahara. Other major deserts foundin Africa are the Namib, Kalahari and the Libyan desert.
There are many good reasons as to why biodiversity should be preserved. One strong reason as to why I believe biodiversity should be protected has been the immense amount of beneficial substances and products that we can gain, and have gained, from the many species of organism found in nature. We...
yes, the Sahara is the biggest desert
Following are the various types of names of grasslands available inthe continents present in the world. 1. prairie 2. Grasslands 3. Steppe 4. Pampas 5. Shrubland 6. Woodland 7. Savanna 8. Desert 9.Tundra
Spiders are examples of animals that eat bees and wasps.
The force and the gravity both 50 persent and another 50 percent that eqels 100 percent
Sand in the desert moves by the wind, not a tide.
Rainforests are primarily cut down or burned by humans to clear land for agriculture and cattle pasture (by burning), timber harvesting for furniture or other products (by cutting). Rainforests may also be cleared for mining or roadbuilding. A: The two main causes of deforestation in South...
patungo sa isa pangrehiyon o lungsod Racism-pagtatangi ng lahi Buffer state-estado sa pagitan ng mga teritoryong kolonyal Endemic-sakit na lumalabas nang walang pinipiling panahon Population density-bilang ng Tao bawat milya kwadrado Baht-pera ng Thailand Axis power-tawag sa alyansang...
The abiotic factors would include all of the nonliving things that make up the arctic biome, such as the ice and snow, wind, weather, climate, rocks, mountains, dirt/soil, etc... Whereas, the biotic factors include all of the living things (organisms) that are typical of that biome, such as the...
Wikianswers will not do your homework for you. To address this subject you must choose an ecosystem and research it. Then choose another and compare any similarities or differences. This way you will find for yourself the problems involved. It will give you a better understanding of the...
(There are 4 layers). The Forest Floor is where most of the groundanimals and insects live.The Understory is where the snakes andsloths live.The Canopy is where the monkeys and some birds live.Andthe Emergent layer is where the birds live.
Organisms that recycle nutrients are called decomposers. They take previous life and decompose it down to basic elements. Without these, nutrients would be lost, nitrogen would be stuck, and all energy would have to come from the sun.
they are adapted for camouflage to catch or eat a pray
Because they like the light and there is no light in therainforest.
The canopy has the greatest volume of biomass. The soil is usually very low in nutrients because of the great need of the rainforest and uses the rotting debri very quickly. Hence the greatest volume of biomass is in a potential form in the canopy.
it rains more in the UK because the weather pattern approach the UK from the west in winter but from the east in winter
i don't know about night, but during the day the average temperature is about 86 degrees Fahrenheit, but on extremely hot days it can exceed 122 degrees Fahrenheit.
Ultimately, yes. Even those that use fumaroles. They may last a while without the sun but eventually they too, will die.
Answer . Rabbits tend to avoid plants in the nightsahde (solanacea) and onion (lily) families because they are not good for them. Pretty much everything else is fair game. They don't bother the corn leaves too much, but, they will eat the fruit (ears). I don't know about okra, but I don't really...
I'm pretty sure it's an herbivore.
No, never give your rabbit anything salted.
It's used up by the metabolism or excreted as waste.
Not that many - unless there's a severe storm (which is a rarity).Since we import most of our timber from overseas - most trees hereare felled for cosmetic purposes or because they're diseased.
Deer, squirrles, and gophers all eat plants in the redwood forests.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
prairie dog and black-footed ferret are endangered animals mightlive in prairie of USA.
look at a helpful book but not here its hard to get answers here ive tryed and when i do its not about what i was looking up. .
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef ecosystem on earthand one of the best managed marine areas in the world. At 348 000square kilometres, the Reef is one of the richest and most diversenatural ecosystems on Earth. The unique qualities of this property were recognised in 1981 whenit was...
Consumer. Anything that does not directly produce it's own energy from the sunlight (photosynthesis) or chemical compounds (chemosynthesis) is a consumer.
A third of new paper comes from recycled paper. Another third is from waste such as sawdust and scrap from lumber mills, according to the EP so the new trees only have to produce a third of the paper. A single tree can basically produce 10,000 - 20,000 sheets of standard A4 paper so I'd imagine ...
Sonoran Desert is the desert in North America which has Cacti.
it was too basic for the new generation of species that exist on the earth today