The activities in this book reinforce basic concepts in the study of ecology, including the water cycle, dependence on energy from the Sun, photosynthesis, food chains and webs, and biomes. General background information, suggested activities, questions for discussion, and answers are included. Encourage students to keep completed pages in a folder or notebook for further reference and review.
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______ biome ACTIVITY animal community animal or insect animal that eats average temperatures range bacteria Biome—A land community carbon cycle carbon dioxide carnivore chemical equation chlorophyll chloroplasts clover color dead animals decomposition desert biome Earth eat plants ECOLOGY ECOLOGY ecosystem environment equation evaporation food ______ food making process food web food webs forest pond glucose Green pigment herbivore kilograms large land community living things meat-eating animal monthly average temperatures Musk ox nitrogen cycle omnivore organism lives photosynthesis physical place plant-eating animal plants and animals polar biome possible food chains pots process of green PRODUCER CONSUMER DECOMPOSER rabbit recycled remains of dead respiration role scavenger simple food chain soil study of living sun’s energy sunlight temperate biome things in relationship toothpicks Town Council transpiration trees tropical biome TYPICAL VEGETATION WATER CYCLE words