Trapicle Rainforest: Rainfall 250cm a year, Tempuratures varies alot of mostiure, contains more species than other bioms.
Savanna: Rain fall 90- 150 cm a year, open, widely spaced trees seasonal rainfall, Parts of Africa, South America & Australia
Desert: rainfall 20 cm a year, Dry, sparce vegitations, scattered grasslands, Parts of Africa, Asia, Australia, North America
Temperate forest: Rainfall 10-60 cm a year, Rich soil tall grasslands,Central North America; Central Asia.
Tundra: rainfall 25 cm a year, Open; wind swept; dry; ground always frozen, Far northern Asia; Northern North America
Decomposer: an organism, usually a bacterium orfungus, that breaks down the cells of dead plantsand animals into simpler substances.
Consumer: an organism, usually an animal, thatfeeds on plants or other animals.
Ecosystem: a system, or a group of interconnected elements,formed by the interaction of a community oforganisms with their environment.
Producer: a person who creates economic value,or produces goods and services.
Food chain: a series of organisms interrelated in theirfeeding habits, the smallest being fed upon by alarger one, which in turn feeds a still larger one,etc.
Biotic: of, relating to, or resulting from living things, especially in their ecological relations.
Abiotic: of or characterized by the absence of life or livingorganisms.
Adaption: any alteration in the structure or function of anorganism or any of its parts that results fromnatural selection and by which the organismbecomes better fitted to survive and multiply inits environment.
Nutriants enters the land in the form of energy from the sun
The arrows in question 11 mean what consumers eat what and who is getting eaten by the consumers.
if one of the things inthe food chains were to disappear the whole food chaine would slowly fall apart untill every thing in the ecosystem is gone.
The wetland has special filtering processes that clean the water and lessing the cloging fo the water flow.
The wetland act as a natural sponge adn catches the runoff or snow melt and slowely ralse it to prevent flooding.
The weland plants hold the soil together with their roots absorb the energy fo waves, and break up the river currents.
More than one third of the endangered fish species live in wetlands and count on them for survival.