how does interdependence of organisms within an ecosystem aid survival in a temperate forest

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  1. please help me!! with this science!!!!!

    Multiple Choice: 1. If a kestrel eats a mouse that eats grass, the kestrel is a (1 point) producer. second-level consumer. first-level consumer. decomposer. 2. Which of the following best explains why a species of lizard is able to live in the desert but

  2. science (ASAP)

    identify the terms or phrases that are paired together correctly a. deserts and dwarf trees b. temperate and deciduous forest and evergreen trees c. subarctic taiga and moss d. tundra and permafrost ***

  3. science

    The wood thrush is a bird species that lives in deciduous forests in North America. Wood thrushes nest in tall trees, forage for insects and snails in decaying leaf litter on the forest floor, and drink water from nearby freshwater sources. Identify one

  4. History

    Which weather event would most likely take place in the ecosystem highlighted on this map? A.) Blizzard, because the ecosystem is very cold and wet B.) Hurricane, because the ecosystem is near a coastline C.) Drought, because the ecosystem is very dry D.)

  5. Science

    1.Explain the process of succession. 2.Describe how changes in an ecosystem can affect organisms that live there. 3.Describe the amount of time needed for ecosystem recovery

  6. Science! URGENT

    How might sexual reproduction decrease an organisms chance of survival? A. If the offspring inherits a genetic combination that includes a harmful trait, it could decrease the organisms chance of survival. B. If the offspring inherits the exact sane

  7. science (check!)

    1. Which of the following statements is true? Biodiversity provides additional resources that raise the carrying capacity of an ecosystem. Biodiversity increases an ecosystem’s ability to withstand changes*** Biodiversity makes an ecosystem more

  8. science (check!)

    2. A salamander is a keystone species in a forest ecosystem with high biodiversity. This species migrates from woodland areas to a local stream to reproduce. If a road is built that cuts off the woodland areas from the stream, what effect will this have on

  9. Science

    The biome with the fewest seasonal changes is the A. temperate deciduous forest. B. grassland. C. tropical rain forest. D. coniferous (boreal) forest.

  10. science

    What is true? A.biodiversity provides additional that raise the carrying capacity of an ecosystem B.biodiversity increases an ecosystem's ability ti withstand changes C.biodiversity makes an ecosystem more difficult to destroy D.biodiversity provides

  11. Science

    1.Explain the process of succession. 2.Describe how changes in an ecosystem can affect organisms that live there. 3.Describe the amount of time needed for ecosystem recovery If anyone would help me that would be great, websites, answers, anything at all.

  12. Science

    •Explain the process of succession •Describe how changes in an ecosystem can affect organisms that live there •Describe the amount of time needed for ecosystem recovery What are the dependent and independent variables? Independent: Dependent:

  13. Science

    Describe how changes in an ecosystem can affect organisms that live there

  14. Science help!?

    . If a kestrel eats a mouse that eats grass, the kestrel is a (1 point)producer. second-level consumer. first-level consumer. decomposer. 2. Which of the following best explains why a species of lizard is able to live in the desert but not in tundra

  15. ecosystems

    Hi, can someone help me? What land biome has the lowest humidity? I guess Tundra. A tundra if I'm not mistaken. There were 4 answers: tundra temperate forest grassland rainforest

  16. I.3 Lesson Check~Climates and Ecosystems

    __________ is greatest near the Equator, where air usually rises. * 1 point Air pressure Heat Precipitation Dry air 4. An ecosystem is a network of __________ that depend on one another and their environment for survival. * 1 point natural features and

  17. Science

    Which of the following shows the correct order from coldest to hottest average annual temperature? a. Taiga-Tundra-Rainforest-Temperate forest b. Rainforest-Temperate forest-Taiga-Tundra c. Temperate forest-Taiga-Tundra-Rainforest d. Tundra-Taiga-Temperate

  18. Science

    Living things and their environment Suppose disease spreads through all the red oak trees in a forest ecosystem. a. explain how the change in the ecosystem affects the biodiversity of this forest ecosystem. provide an example that supports your reasoning.

  19. Science

    Do you know of a web site that has the geographic locations of these biomes? Tundra Taiga Temperate Deciduous Forest Rainforest Temperate Grasslands Wetlands Desert Streams, Rivers & Estuaries Lakes & Ponds Coral Reefs thanks for the help:)

  20. Biology

    Why would an Arctic ecosystem be more fragile than a southern forest ecosystem?

  21. science

    Can someone check my answers or give me some help please?? An ecosystem is a community of living organisms and the nonliving components of the environment. Energy flows in an ecosystem in one direction through food chains, and a food web is made up of all

  22. Science

    In a tropical rain forest biome, there is a great diversity of species that live within the ecosystem. Every population of organisms have their own unique adaptations and variations, even within their own population, that enable them to survive in the

  23. Science

    1. The water cycle is driven by which of the following? A. sun B. gas C. rocks D. soil 2. When water evaporates from a puddle on the street, where does it go? A. into a river B. it sinks into the street C. it rises into the atmosphere D. it goes into outer

  24. science

    2. A salamander is a keystone species in a forest ecosystem with high biodiversity. This species migrates from woodland areas to a local stream to reproduce. If a road is built that cuts off the woodland areas from the stream, what effect will this have on

  25. Science

    What process occurs after a forest fire wipes out an entire ecosystem? What is this process called? What are the steps of this process after a natural disaster, such as a forest fire, occurs? I don't quite understand what it means, my father and I think

  26. Science

    I've got a few science questions i would like to check. 1.) An ecosystem that endures over time Select one: a. has reached the end of its succession process. b. is a sustainable ecosystem. *** c. has not experienced cycles of destruction. d. is one that

  27. science

    A species that influences the survival of many other species in an ecosystem is called a____? I have no clue please someone help!

  28. Earth Science (check answers)

    Describe the importance of maintaining the ocean ecosystem. It is important to maintain because the ocean ecosystems because it provides reefs that support a complex ecosystem of ocean organisms that live and help each other to survive. Virtually every

  29. Environmental Science

    What kind of natural disasters help some forest communities by allowing some trees to release their seeds, by clearing away deadwood, and by encouraging new growth? Look up the effects of forest fires on forest communities. Especially the California

  30. Sociology

    The tropical rain forest is the most diverse ecosystem in the world. The extinction rates of organisms are on the rise because A. rain forests receive too much rain B. human are destroying the rain forests C. rain forests are not receiving enough rain D.

  31. biology

    Succession is the order in which organisms (plants, animals, & bacteria) return to an ecosystem. Rank the organisms in the order in which they would return after an volcanic eruption • Herbivore • Producer • Scavenger

  32. AP environmental science

    To raise funds to meet its annual budget, a state government is debating whether to sell a large section of public forest to a logging company. Evaluate this plan in terms of two ecosystem services that the state might gain and two services the state might

  33. World Geography

    REVIEW Which ecosystem usually supports thick forests of deciduous trees? A. Tropical forest B. Temperate forest C. Savanna

  34. Ecology

    8.Which of the following examples of an ecological study involves the ecosystem level of organization? A.The effects of human activities on biogeochemical cycling B.The effects of an invasive plant species on bird nesting sites C.The effects of competition

  35. Science/Biology

    Ecology is the study of __________________________ and their habitats. All the habitats that make up a forest, river, or desert are called an ________________. The __________ and non-__________ parts of an ecosystemare all interconnected. Living

  36. Geography

    I have to prepare a diagram of an ecosystem (e.g., boreal forest, river, coastal rain forest, marine, grasslands) and include all components like energy flow, nutrient cycling, the mineral cycle, and the water cycle as well as other terminology. Was having

  37. Science

    Compare and contrast a desert ecosystem and a forest ecosystem.

  38. Science

    Compare a desert ecosystem and forest ecosystem.

  39. science

    A ________ biome is a cold, dry area where the sun barely rises during the winter. a. coniferous forest b. temperate deciduous forest c. grassland d. tundra this is a 7th grade question and can a science teacher help me out on this please so i can study

  40. Science

    1. In most organisms, what kind of organisms are producers plants 2. What benefit do decomposers provide for an ecosystem? Decomposers such as mushrooms and bacteria are consumers that break down the tissues of dead organisms. What decomposers don't use

  41. Science

    4. Which of the following statements is true? A. Biodiversity provides additional resources that raise the carrying capacity of an ecosystem B. Biodiversity increases an ecosystems ability to withstand changes C. Biodiversity makes an ecosystem more

  42. Science Please Help

    Which of the following statements are true A-Biodiversity provides additional resources that raise the carrying capacity of an ecosystem** B-Biodiversity increases and ecosystems ability to withstand changes C-Biodiversity makes an ecosystem more difficult

  43. science

    1. which of the following is not part of theory of evolution. a. organisms end to produce more offspring than can survive to reproductive age. b. organisms can acquire changes during their lifetime.*** c. organisms that do not survive to reproduce do not

  44. geography

    Which of the following climate conditions would best support a tropical rain forest ecosystem? (pls help)

  45. Writing

    I've been stuck on how to reword all this can anyone help? "An invasive species is non-native to the ecosystem in consideration and causes or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm or harm to human health." This is what I have so far but I'm not

  46. science

    What are two organisms interacting with abiotic factors in the mono lake ecosystem?

  47. Social Studies

    Which ecosystem is least adaptable for growing crops? A. Sahara B. Rain Forest *** C. Savanna D. Sahel

  48. Living environment(check please)

    When the food relationship in a habitat are illustrated by means of diagram, the result is always a complicated web like pattern. This is due to the fact that 1 many consumers are adapted to use more than one food source 2 producer organisms always

  49. science

    what do recommend to Pinchot as " a sustainable " level of fragmentation that conserves the forest's biodiversity and ecosystem services while still allowing for some development?

  50. Science

    how does interdependence of organisms within an ecosystem aid survival in a temperate forest

  51. science-biome

    What is the typical precipitation and tempurature for summer and winter in a Virginia Temperate Forest? What are the characteristics of a plant and animal that is seen regularly in a Virginia Temperate Forest? How do the charecteristics relate to the

  52. biology 101

    describe ecosystem of temperate rain forest population growth and regulation through community interactions

  53. Science

    Make a flowchart to show how the event m might affect a forest ecosystem. A logging company clear-cuts the trees in the forest. My question is; What are the events that might affect a forest ecosystem when clear-cutting the trees in the forest?

  54. Science

    Cave ecosystems are characterized by extremely low light levels. What role does photosynthesis play in a cave ecosystem? 1: Photosynthesis is essential because it provides the original energy source for all food chains in this ecosystem. 2: photosynthesis

  55. Science

    Choose an ecosystem to research with regard to abiotic factors and how organisms in that particular ecosystem depend on those abiotic factors. Write a paragraph that describes the ecosystem that you selected and how organisms compete for abiotic factors

  56. biology

    Hi, I am doing a summary assignment on the Temperate Deciduous Forest Biome and i need help finding "Highlights of abiotic and biotic factors", Climate graph showing temperature and percipitaion, a food web and a map showing Canadian location of The

  57. Science

    What are the dominant plants in the Tundra Taiga: Temperate Deciduous Forest: Tropical Rainforest: Grasslands: Desert: Rivers: Lakes & Ponds: Coral Reefs: Temperate Oceans: ? if you know of a website with the information that would be great!

  58. Science

    Water pollution is harming an ecosystem.Many of the organisms that once lived in the ecosystem moved to a new area.The organisms have moved because if they stayed they would most likely- A.thrive B.become ill or perish C.reproduce more frequently D.create

  59. Science

    Do you guys know of a website where i can find the average temperature of these biomes? Tundra, Tiaga, Temperate Deciduous Forest: Tropical Rainforest: Grasslands: Desert: Rivers: Lakes & Ponds: Coral Reefs: Temperate Oceans: thanks:)

  60. 9th grade biology

    Over time, animals have developed adaptations to help them thrive in the environment in which they live. Read the description below and based on the adaptations determine the biome for which the organisms are adapted. Description 1:Broadleaf trees such as

  61. Biology

    What is interdependence of organisms?

  62. Science

    The wood thrush is a bird species that lives in deciduous forests in North America. Wood thrushes nest in tall trees, forage for insects and snails in decaying leaf litter on the forest floor, and drink water from nearby freshwater sources. Identify one

  63. Science

    1. What is the question that this study aimed to answer? State the hypothesis that you tested. I completed the lab but I don't understand what it is that I am testing. The lab had me test fragmentation at 0,25,50 and 75%.Included Spiny Grass, Blue bunch

  64. Science

    1. What is the question that this study aimed to answer? State the hypothesis that you tested. I completed the lab but I don't understand what it is that I am testing. The lab had me test fragmentation at 0,25,50 and 75%.Included Spiny Grass, Blue bunch

  65. Bio

    All organisms within any ecosystem have something in common All organisms share... A.the components that make up their genetic code B.the same oganelles C.the same method of obtaining nutrients D.the ability to reproduce asexually A

  66. elementary

    this ecosystem is very hot and very dry with little or no rain. desert grassland rain forest forest how guess the answer can u explain me

  67. science

    A salamander is a keystone species in a forest ecosystem with high biodiversity. This species migrates from woodland areas to a local stream to reproduce. If a road is built that cuts off the woodland areas from the stream, what effect will this have on

  68. SCIENCE HELP ASAP

    1 . What is the major difference between ectotherms and endotherms? A. whether or not the animal builds nests on land B. whether or not the animal has been found on several continents C. whether or not the animal maintains a constant body temperature D.

  69. Biology

    What are the biotic factors of the temperate deciduous forest? Thank you.

  70. Science

    1. In most organisms, what kind of organisms are producers Answer:plants 2. What benefit do decomposers provide for an ecosystem? Answer:Decomposers such as mushrooms and bacteria are consumers that break down the tissues of dead organisms. What

  71. Science

    I need a climatogram for these biomes and I can't find any! HELP! alpine temperate forest taiga ocean

  72. Biology

    true or false if an organism randomly develops a feature that gives it a survival advantage, then it will be more likely to survive than other organisms, and will also be more likely to produce offspring which also have this advantageous feature.

  73. science

    Identify one harmful activity that humans do that might change the percentage of water that is available as a resource? Predict the possible effects this activity could cause to the food chains in that area, the changes in the number and types of

  74. science

    A wildfire can destroy thousands of acres of forest. Explain two positive effects and two negative effects that a wildfire can have on the forest ecosystem's food chain.

  75. biology

    1. All the habitats that make up a forest, river, or desert are called an ________________. 2. The __________ and non-__________ parts of an ecosystem are all interconnected. 3. Living ______________ rely on the abiotic, or ______________, parts of the

  76. science

    What are the bamboo adaptaions for northeast China temperate forest. I could only find two facts and I need 5, plus a resource.

  77. bio- double check answers

    The ecological succession in an alaskan forest was fireweeds-> shrubs -> hardwood trees-> conifers. The variety of species that are best adapted to life under the prevailing conditions (with the conifers) comprise a. an ecosystem b. a food web c. a climaz

  78. Science-Weather

    What is the general location of the following places; -Tropical rain forest -Desert & tundra -temperate forests Thanks in advance :)

  79. biology

    will the impact of removing all the organisms in a trophic level be different for different levels?can the organisms of any trophic level be removed without causing any damage to the ecosystem?

  80. biology

    in which biome would the extinction of an animal species have the least impact? a- tundra b- permanent ice c- tropical rainforest d- temperate deciduous forest

  81. science

    this is regarding food chains.will the impact of removing all the organisms in a trophic level be different for different trophic levels?can the organisms of any trophic level be removed without causing any damage to the ecosystem?

  82. Science

    What adaptations do ALL organisms in a tropical rainforest need for survival?

  83. Science

    What process occurs after a forest fire wipes out an entire ecosystem? What is this process called? What are the steps of this process after a natural disaster, such as a forest fire, occurs? Explain Please help me!! God Bless You!!

  84. science

    what do mangroves ecosystem provide for organisms

  85. science

    How might sexual reproduction decrease an organisms chance of survival?

  86. Science

    What process occurs after a forest fire wipes out an entire ecosystem? What is this process called? What are the steps of this process after a natural disaster, such as a forest fire, occurs? I don't really understand what the question is asking? Its

  87. Physical Science

    Explain the importance of the water cycle to survival of the earth's organisms?

  88. Social studies

    explain the advantages and disadvantages you discovered for interdependence. Include example from the past and present of the interdependence in central america Help please!

  89. History

    Explain the advantages and disadvantages for interdependence. Include examples from the past and present of interdependence in Central America.

  90. Science

    Why does the increased level of nutrients in the water affect the survival of aquatic organisms?

  91. 9th grade biology

    please help someone Description 1:Broadleaf trees such as maple, oak and hickory are common in this biome. They are likely to drop their leaves in the winter. Description 2: Migration and hibernation are 2 adaptations commonly used by animals in this

  92. Science

    In the temperature forest what are interactions with other organisms

  93. Science

    What environmental niche is most suitable for an animal that eats fruit? A.artic tundra B.temperate swamp C.temperate plains D.tropical forest D? Which of these is NOT an adaptation for the Fennec Fox? A.beige coat to camoflauge B.small ears to prevent

  94. Science

    What environmental niche is most suitable for an animal that eats fruit? A.artic tundra B.temperate swamp C.temperate plains D.tropical forest D? Which of these is NOT an adaptation for the Fennec Fox? A.beige coat to camoflauge B.small ears to prevent

  95. social studies

    what is the effect for shortage of resources and trade between countries? A. Division of labor B. Specialization of knowledge C. Economic interdependence D. Political interdependence*** Please can I have help? Let me know if i'm right.Thanks!

  96. science

    The more _______ (organisms,water) a land ecosystem has, the greater the diversity of life it has.

  97. Biology

    Mutations to DNA cause changes in organisms. Explain why this might be importatnt to the survival of a species. Please help with this. I've tried but can't seem to find an adequate answer for this. Thank you very much!!!

  98. Social Studies

    Explain the advantages and disadvantages for interdependence. Include examples from the past and present of interdependence in Central America? I don't want the answer just an example. Thanks -Harleen Quinzel-

  99. biology

    Which organism would most likely be the main sourceof oxygen in a forest ecosystem? a. ants b. lichens c. oak trees**** d. mushrooms

  100. Science

    Really need help with my science homework Name and briefly define each of the three energy roles organisms can play in an ecosystem. Thank You

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