CF058FFBB9F500E2937C0BE81900123B.ecologyfoodwebchaincycles - 13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors A keystone species is a species that has an unusually large

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13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors A keystone species is a species that has an unusually large effect on its ecosystem. keystone
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13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors Keystone species form and maintain a complex web of life. creation of wetland ecosystem increased waterfowl Population increased fish population nesting sites for birds keystone species
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13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors Why is salmon considered a keystone species Main food source for over 140 species Provide nutrients to the river system when they die
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13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors Bell Ringer • Review • Crossword The photosynthetic algae are a.producers. c.parasites. b.consumers. d.decomposers.   19. The diagram, which shows how  energy moves through an ecosystem, is  called a a.habitat net. c.trophic level. b.food chain. d.food web.   Summative 3  tomorrow Helfrichi Firefish
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13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors Crossword corrections 15 – change the animal to a Shark 26 – change the animal to a Herring 23 – change the animal to a Rabbit 16 – change to low pressure
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13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors joules metabolism biomass biogeochemicalcycles hydrologic carbon evaporation condensation precipitation barometer high photosynthesis abiotic  biotic  ecology  producers autotrophs chemosynthesis consumers decomposer foodchain trophiclevels primary secondary tertiary foodweb ten
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13.2 Biotic and Abiotic Factors Get your clickers Bell work • Pre-test Begin Ecology Notes (Topic 5) 1. What is Ecology?
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