- Nile Crocodile
- Blue Grama
- Buffalo Grass
- Big Blue Stem
- Switch Grass
- Solar energy input is affected by season, cloud cover and changes in the Earth's orbit.
- Light is important for plants for photosynthesis, for seed germination and for the behaviour of animals like reproduction time
- Climate are rainfall, wind and high temperature
- Topography are the surface of the land like height of mountains, the positions of the slopes that affect drainage and the behaviour of organism
- Oxygen availability
- Edaphic is connected with the soil like the pH of the soil, mineral salt of soil, the soil texture for example sandy soils are well drained and dry out quickly in hot weather but are never water logged in wet weather. Clay soils don't drain and restrain water in hot weather but are waterlogged in wet weather. The edaphic factors affect the plant distribution
- Pollution in the air, water land
- Catastrophes are like earth quakes that disrupt the conditions
Definition of Carrying Capacity
the number of people, other living organisms, or crops that a region can support without environmental degradation.
In order for a organism to survive it needs water, food, and shelter.
Population Over Time
Due to the human increase in population they have been taking resources from the safari and the giraffes are in a "silent extinction".
Definition and examples of Limiting factors
The environmental factor that tends to limit population size.
secretarybird feeding on snakes
If the weather gets to cold all of the secretary birds prey will not be found and populations will drop.
Level 1: The cuckoo flower or the scientific name has blue-green colored stems with very narrow leaves. The flowers can be white to purple in color. This plant is sometimes called 'Lady's Smock' because the flowers resemble the shape of milkmaids smocks.
Level 2: Nigma walckenaeri spiders have a beautiful, bright green abdomen with a few white hairs giving them a shiny, or frosted appearance. The legs are a yellowish-green. Females have a green head (cephalothorax), while adult males have a brown head. Nigma walckenaeri spiders are usually referred to by their scientific name, but they are also known as the 'Ice Green Spiders' or 'Green Leaf Web Spiders'.
Level 3: The Pygmy Shrews or the scientific name Sorex minutus are the smallest mammals found in the Safari. They are in fact smaller than some insects, and are sometimes found sleeping in the burrows of beetles. Superficially they look like mice but with a longer, pointed snout.
Food Webs/Food Chains
Food webs are more realistic than Food chains because, food webs contain more possibility's than a food chain
If i were to remove the leopard from this web then the population of the buffalo and the zebra would increase.
Primary consumer-100 kcal
Secondary consumer-10 kcal
Tertiary consumers-1 kcal
You need to use a pyramid shape rather than another because it shows that the lower you are in tropic levels the more there are. Producers are the largest level because they only transport 10% of their energy and they are making the energy so they start out with more.
the chemical equation for photosynthesis is CO2 + H2O -> C6H12O6 + O2
- A tropism is a biological phenomenon, indicating growth or turning movement of a biological organism, usually a plant, in response to an environmental stimulus.
You can find mostly Photo and Geo tropism here.
these tropisms help the plants to get the resources they need in order to keep living.
Decomposers help keep the environment healthy because they transform dead organisms into good soil for everything to use. A few types of decomposers in the safari are fungi,bacteria,and termites.