Probably the ocean biome, but the rain forest biome on land would have the highest species diversity.
It's the tropical rain forest.
the ocean biome
The Ocean Biome. Then It's The Tropical Rain forest
The ocean biome. Or if you meant terrestrial biomes, then it's the rainforest.
tropical Rain Forest
the aquatic biome.
Beetles have more diversity among them than do any other group of animals.
in the tropics ===== The ocean has the greatest biodiversity of any biome. Rainforest is the runner up.
Genetic diversity is defined as the different species and the diversity with in all of the species. A species needs to have genetic diversity to survive.
Species diversity is the amount of different species occupying the same area whatever it may be...genetic diversity is the how the genes in a species differ in that area
Tropical Rain Forest.
Species diversity only includes the differences in a certain species but ecosystem diversity is the differences between all the different kinds of species in an area.
Tropical rain forests have the highest number of species and it also can, at times, have a fourth tropic level. Most other biomes have 2 or 3.
species diversity is the number of species that live in one area (or ecosystem)
Crossing over causes genetic diversity. If there was no genetic diversity in a species, the species would be prone to extinction.
The rainforest biome contains 50% of all the species in the world, making it the most diverse biome, and home to the greatest amount of species.
The rain forest has the greatest diversity of animals and plants living in it. The ocean has the greatest biodiversity of any biome. The rainforest has the greatest biodiversity of any terrestrial biome.
The two factors that contribute to the diversity of species are different environments and genetic diversity.