Some energy roles in the rain forrest are The Sun, The Producers, and The Consumers. Some examples are the trees, frogs,
Abiotic Factors in a Rainforest:
Biotic Factors In a Rainforest:
Carrying Capacity- The number or quantity of people or things that can be conveyed or held by vehicle or container
Things needed for a population to survive is food, water and shelter.
Certain ecosystems change over time depending on how much food, water, shelter, and sun the ecosystem gets. If the rain forrest doesn't get enough sun then the plants will die out. If the plants die out then the smaller animals die out. Finally if the smaller animals die out then the Larger animals will die out. Therefore the whole rain forrest would be dead.
Limiting Factors are supply of water and food in the Rain Forrest.
Some predator/prey relationships are frogs and snakes, and worms and birds.
Things that play energy roles are...
Plants- The plants give grasshoppers their energy and provide shelter for the insects of the Rain Forrest.
Grasshoppers- They provide the energy needed for the frogs
Frogs- They give the energy to the snakes
Snakes- Give energy to decomposers
If a population moved from this food chain the whole chain would die out. They would die out and it wouldn't by a cycle anything more, because every organism needs every organism in the cycle to survive.
At the bottom is the producers, then the primary consumers, then the secondary consumers, and last is the top consumers.
The items needed for photosynthesis is the sun, water, and carbon dioxide. Oxygen is produced by photosynthesis. This process takes place in the chlorophyll.