1. G g
2. Green flowers= 75% Yellow flowers 25%
3. Pure dominant green flower and a Pure dominant yellow flower
4. 2 heterozygous, Gg
5. An asexual reproduction offspring is an exact replica of the organism and an organism that was sexual reproduced has more possiblities of being unique.
1. Adaptations: an adaptive trait, organisms evolve through natural selection
2. Evolution: the process by which different kinds of living organisms are thought to developed from earlier forms in the earth's past
3. Species: a group of living organisms with similar individuals that can breed together
4. Gene: a unit of heredity that is transferred from a parent to offspring and is held to determine some characteristic of the offspring
5. Genetic: relating to genes or heredity
6. sexual reproduction: the production of new living organisms by combining genetic information from two individuals of different types of genders
7. Asexual reproduction: a form of reproduction in which offspring are produced from a single organism
Genetic diversity can help organisms survive in their environment, and if they don't survive then their genes will not be passed on to a new generation which would increase their species survival.
1. Forest ecosystem: a forest ecosystem has a lot of living organisms, like different types of plants and animals.
2. Dessert ecosystems: Places that get annual rainfall less than 25 in and have really dry climate, its organisms are mainly shrubs, bushes, and insects, birds, and camels.
3. Grassland Ecosystem: located in tropical regions, has mainly grass and a few trees, organisms include herbivores, grazers, and insectivores.
4. Mountain ecosystem: located in high altitude regions with alpine vegitation
1. Decomposers: A decomposer is an organism that decomposes organic material.
2. Biology: An organism that gets its energy from consuming other organisms.
3. Ecosystem: A community of organisms interacting in their physical environment.
4. Producer: A producer is the first trophic level in a food chain in which it serves as a food source for consumersor for higher trophic levels.
5. Food chain: A food chain is a series of organisms that depend on each other as a source of food.
6. Biotic: Biotic is produced by the organisms.
7.abiotic: A nonliving condition or thing, as climate or habitat, that influences or affects an ecosystem and the organisms in it.
8. adaptation: An animal or plant species that becomes fitted to its environment; it is the result of natural selection.
Examples in a Wetland ecosystem
Biotic: Flowers, trees, water, light, and rocks
Abiotic: naturally reduces floods, reduces soil erosin, and can improve water quality.
12. Energy enters the ecosystem through light from the sun.
13. The arrows represent the energy flow through each organism.
14. If an element were to be eliminated from the food chain then the ecosystem would die or the organisms would adapt through natural selection.
15. Wetlands filtrates the water by retaining excess nutrients and pollutions.
16. Wetlands reduce floods because they trap and slowly release surface water, snow, rain, and flood water.
17. Wetland plants hold the soil in place with their roots, absorb the energy of waves, and break up the flow of stream or river currents.
18. Animals that live in the wetlands depend on coastal wetlands for food, shelter, and breeding grounds.
19. The wetlands produce natural products, has historical, scientific, and cultural values.