Biology 1010 final exam terms

Biology 1010 final exam terms - Biodiversity- the different...

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Biodiversity- the different life forms or assembly of life on earth. It is broken down down into 3 categories 1) Species Biodiversity- The number of different species that occupy a given area 2) Ecological Biodiversity- The number of different ecosystems present in a given area 3) Genetic Biodiversity- The number of different genes present in a population Weather- The short term changes in temperature, rainfall, humidity in given area Climate- The average weather conditions for a given area BOTH WEATHER AND CLIMATE AFFECT BIODIVERSITY Three things that affect weather and climate: 1) Global Air Currents- the Jet Stream 2) Global Water Currents- the Gulf Stream 3) The composition of the atmosphere- Greenhouse gases and ozone Desert Biome- Areas that receive 10 inches or less of rainfall per year; the most fragile or biomes Grasslands Biome- Areas that receive more than 10 inches of rain per year but not enough to support the growth of trees Forest Biome- Areas that receive enough rainfall to support the growth of trees Population- consists of the total number of one species living in one place Community- consists of two or more populations Ecosystem- consists of two or more communities. Consist of Biotic components which are the living things, and abiotic components which are the non-living things like soil, water ,and air 5 Trophic Levels : Producers - Green plants that transform energy from the sun into chemical energy
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