Some of the following Biotic animals..
4.Schools of Fish
5.deep Sea Creatures
2.The MIxed Sand
3.The Suns Ray
The largest number of individuals of one species that an environment can support.
It is hard to get food because the biggest species take all of the food
STEP 5:energy roles
sharks are consumers because they do not find their own food.The plants down on the
bottom of the ocean.The decomposers of the ocean are fungi bacteria etc.
STEP 6: FOODCHAIN and FOODWEBS
The food webs in this ecosystem is more realistic than food chains. Because
the way the pray hunt there food. If you were to remove one population, then
it would have a affect of the whole food web.
STEP 7: Trophic levels and Energy pyramids.
STEP 8: Photosynthesis
Carbon Dioxide + water = Light Energy = Glucose + Oxygen.
6CO2+6H2O=C6H12O6+6O2. Light Energy is converted into Chemical
Photosynthetic organisms use light energy from the sun to transform two reactants, carbon dioxide and water, into sugar and oxygen gas
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/facts_5499777_reactants-photosynthesis.html
a plant actually uses a number of specialized structures that conduct the chemical reactions necessary to transform energy from sunlight into energy molecules that the plant can use. In addition to sunlight, plants also require carbon dioxide to perform the initial reactions, which they absorb through tiny pores over their leaves and stems.
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5481899_photosynthesis-place.html
STEP 9: Tropisms
Some of the plants in the oceans ecosystem are growing by
the suns rays coming through the water. These
Tropisms help the plants to survive because the plants need the energy
to survive down in the ocean.
STEP 10:The role of Decomposers.
Decomposer are the organisms that break down the final remains of living things. Bacteria and fungi play an important role in freeing the last of the minerals and nutrients from organics and recycling them back into the food web.
Hagfish, worms and other objects that floats in the sea are the decomposers of the ocean biome. Shrimp are decomposers too because like crabs, they take ocean waste, eat it and clean it up.
STEP 11: Adaptations.
Adapting to the ocean is a very important thing for the animals that in the ocean.
They need to adapt to where they live, so they can survive. It helps the animals
to adapt because some of the animals will have a special way of adapting to the
ocean. For example the sharks have Gills to breath down in the ocean.
Plants have sometimes spikes or poison on the outside. If a shark were to
go to a dry area it would not survive.
STEP 12: Natural Selection
Natural selection is the process by which the organisms in a population that are best adapted to the environment increase in frequency relative to less well-adapted forms, over a number of generations. The consequence of natural selection is that through time species (generally) develop characteristics that make them increasingly well-adapted to their environments, ultimately resulting in a world filled with a fascinating diversity of life forms. Natural selection is a simple but immensely powerful concept, and is a pillar of our understanding of biology at all organizational scales. This process commonly is summed up as "the survival of the fittest" in popular culture, although this simplification leaves out some of the important subtleties of natural selection, as described below.