Chapter 2 Ecosystems and Biomes

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Consumers that only eat animals
A series of events in which one organism eats another and obtains energy
An organism that can make its own food
The process in which the plates move, moing the continents with them
True or false: Mountains and areas covered in ice are not considered to be biomes.
Consumers that only eat plants
Ocean zone located beneath the surface zone to the ocean floor
True or false: Most of Earth's water is fresh water.
Biome that is found close to the equator and receives a lot of rain
Biome that has varying temperatures and is found in Randolph
The process by which molecules of liquid water absorb energy and change to a gas
An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms
Consists of many overlapping food chains
Layer beneath the canopy
Biome that is very cold and can receive a lot of snow
A consumer that feeds on the bodies of dead organisms
The tallest layer of the rain forest
Biome that is very grassy and receives 25-75cm of rain each year
Trees that shed their leaves and grow new ones
The movement of organisms from one place to another
Biome that has large shifts in temperature throughout the day and receives very little rainfall
DefinitionKey Term
A group of ecosystems with similar climates and organisms
Biome that has moderate temperatures and receives a lot of rain
Consumers that eat both plants and animals
The processes of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation make up the _____.
Organisms that feed on the waste and remains of dead organisms and return raw materials to the ecosystem
Ocean zone found below the low-tide line and extending over the continental shelf
Biome that is very cold and dry
An organism that is carried into a new location by people
The average annual temperature and amount of precipitation
Where the fresh water of a river meets the salt water of an ocean
The study of where organisms live and how they got there
True or false: Lakes are generally smaller and shallower than ponds.
Ocean zone located beyond the neritic zone and extending from the surface to about 200m deep
Frozen soil that is present all year in the tundra
Russian name for the boreal forest
Trees that produce their seeds in cones and have leaves shaped like needles
Water that falls to Earth's surface, including rain, hail, sleet, and snow
The process by which a gas changes to a liquid
Layer beneath the emergent layer
Ocean zone located on the shore between the high-tide line and the low-tide line
Grassland that is located closer to the equator and receives more rain

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