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What is one of earths major land ecosystems with its own plants animal and climate?
the answer to this question is a biome
temperature latitude elevation and precipitation
The study of the Earth's land, water, plants, and animals is called geography.
Some of the plants in a stream ecosystem are water lillies, cattails, moss, and hydrillas. And some of animals would be freshwater turtles, frogs, salamanders, and many differ…ent species of fish, all of these live in stream ecosystems.
How do the climate plants and animals in North America compare with those of the tropical rain forest areas on Earth with similar climates plants and animals?
i think it is because there climate is probably the same as ours and has similar weather conditions such as ; rain and wind and even sometimes snow.
No, the majority of water on the earth is not usable by plants and animals.
The land, water, climate, plants, and animals of an area is referred to as an environment. You can use the word habitat to refer to the place where an animal or plant live…s.
Animals depend on plants for providing food and releasing oxygen into the air. Certain Plants also can change nitrogen into useful compounds and release that into the air. (pl…ants such as clover, peanuts, beans.)
The major climate zones are the follwing (there are 5): tropical zone, dry zone, temperate zone, polar zone, and the highland climate zone. follow the link to see a map of the… climate zones on earth( cold is the same thing as highland) http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/images/climate_map.gif
What is one of Earth's major land ecosystems with its own characteristic animals plants soil and climate?
tornadoes effect plants by ripping the roots off the ground and destorying plants could lead to bad air
They exchange oxygen for carbon dioxide. Plants are used as food for animals, and animals help the plant grow.
Answer It can either help it or completely ruin it, you probably have/going to learn/learned it in seventh grade. If you introduce some animals, they will c…ompletely take over the habitat, such as Snakeheads in the Chesapeake bay. When they were introduced, they completely took over the environment by rapidly reproducing and eating all of the fish. This is called an invasive species. Invasive species are exotic animals that come from another country/state. Exotic species are completely fine, they are introduced and there is nothing wrong, they may even help the environment. Answered well enough?
snakes,fish,whales,shark All of them.
Answer . The ecosystem is a large community with dynamic interactions between the flora, fauna, and micro organisms within that physical environment (this includes the soi…l, rocks, water bodies, etc. too). Examples of ecosystems include deserts, prairies, tundra, ponds, forests, plains, to name a few. There are autotrophs and heterotrophs in each system. The autotrophs provide food for the organisms in the higher level of the Biological Pyramid, while the heterotrophs consume the organisms from the lower level. Consider a very conventional ecological system: the forest. . Level 4 : Decomposers . Level 3 : Secondary Consumers . Level 2 : Primary Consumers . Level 1 : Producers . The lowest of the Pyramid would be the plants that the herbivores eat, like grass, fruits, etc. These are autotrophs. The plants produce the energy from the sunlight and from the nutrients in the soil in which it grows. The animals on the higher level the herbivores consists of rabbits, deer, etc. They are called the primary consumers. The animals in the next level the carnivores can be lions, tigers, etc. There is also another set of heterotrophs, the omnivores that eat plants as well as animals. These are known as the secondary consumers. The last of this level usually include the micro organisms that divulge in breaking down of the dead and decayed organisms back to the soil for the plants to obtain nutrients from. All biological activity within ecosystem should maintain the energy level balance. One food chain for the above system would go as follows: Grass -> Rabbits -> Tigers If the number of tigers is increased, the rabbit population would decrease and the grass growth increases, too. Hence, tigers wouldnât live longer, eventually, leading to the extinction of two heterotrophs. This leads to imbalance in the Biological Pyramid. This could give rise to lots of environmental problems.