Succession Terrestrial Biomes Aquatic Biomes.

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SuccessionTerrestrial BiomesAquatic BiomesMiscellaneousPopulationsPopulationBiology$100$200$300$400$500$100$200$300$400$500$100$200$300$400$500$100$200$300$400$500$100$200$300$400$500$100$200$300$400$500Riffle, Run, PoolTerrestrial BiomesAquatic BiomesMiscellaneousPopulationsPopulation BiologyTrue or False: The Tundra is dominated by coniferous treesThe biome we live in is?A large group of ecosystems identified by the same type of climax community is called?This biome is dominated by cone bearing evergreen trees, it lies south of the tundra.The biome that is located on the west coast of the U.S., dominated by large trees or shrubs.What are the two types of aquatic biomes? (hint: two types of water)What are the 2 types of freshwater ecosystems?What are the 3 types of stream habitats?A place where salt water and fresh water meet.What are the 3 zones of a lake? The term used to describe the oxygen content of water.The number of species in an area is called?Limiting factors (i.e. food, water, etc.) whose effects are dependent on the population density.Limitingfactors whose effects are not influenced by population density are called?What is the statistical/scientific study of populations called?What is the movement of species into a population called?Competition is a type of factor that can control population size what is the name of that factor.How do you determine if a population is growing or not?What is it called when organisms move from one population to another?DailyDouble!!

Exponential growth forms what type of curve.To determine if a population is growing or not what would you have to do.Factors such as food, space, and water that limits the size of a population is know as.As a population approaches it carrying capacity its graph forms what shape.The number of organisms an environment can handle is called.Dissolved Oxygen (DO)EstuaryLittoral, Limnetic, ProfundalPopulation DensityDensity-dependent factorsDensity-independent factorsDemography.ImmigrationLimiting FactorTake the birth rate minus the death rate.EmigrationThis shows the population of a country broken down by gender and age group.Age-Structure DiagramsJTake the birth rate death rate.Limiting factorsSCarrying Capacity