What is the most productive and diverse biome on Earth?
Coral Reefs. For more info, look it up yourself. :D
The grassland biome is a gentle landscape, but it contains a variety of complex and diverse habitats. It's also the world's most productive biomes. The climate in these ecosystems falls between those of deserts and forests:they are usually hot-at least in the summer-and have more rainfall than a desert, but not enough to support many trees.
It is different for each forest, though the most average thing is trees and most plant life. In a forest biome, such as temperate deciduous or tropical rainforest, many types of plants grow. Trees, mosses, vascular plants, vines, bushes, and different others. In the taiga (evergreen forest), different coniferous trees grow there. You need to specify what biome as any place on earth with life on it can be classed as a biome, all the…
The grassland/praire biome produces the most food because of all the grass this biome grows. Also this biome is pretty empty except for the animals grassing in its grass. The grassland/praire biome produces the most food because of all the grass this biome grows. Also this biome is pretty empty except for the animals grassing in its grass.
Former Answer by some dummy: "The most diverse group is insects, which belong to the group ARTHROPODA*. *Arthropoda-Largest and most diverse animal phylum, mostly insects." This answer is completely wrong based on the question. Arthropods are invertebrates! They are the most numerous INvertebrates. The most diverse vertebrates are BONY FISH.
What was the most religiously and ethnically diverse of the seventeenth century North American colonies?
If I'm interpreting your question right... Organisms live everywhere in the world. The most diverse being the marine biome and the least diverse being the desert (I think). Organisms that provide food can be anything really. Autotrophs create their own food and provide food for herbivores, which in return provide food for carnivores and omnivores.