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October 13, 2010

1. What is an ecosystem? An ecosystem is a system formed by the interaction of organisms with their own place were they live.

 

2. How big is an ecosystem? It doesn’t have it’s own size.

 

3. How are a population and a community related in an ecosystem? A population is a group of organisms of the same species living together. A community is several populations living together.

 

4. Why is soil an important part of an ecosystem? Soil is so important because it provides extremely important nutrients for the plants in an ecosystem.

 

5. Why are the climate and location two of the most important factors in determining ecosystem diversity? These are most important factors because some animals can’t live in ecosystems that are too hot or cold.

 

6. Two ecosystems are thousands of miles apart. but they have very similar plants and animals.  What might explain this? Even if two ecosystems are different they do not have their own plant and animals.

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  1. What is an ecosystem?   A system that is formed by a community of populations in a physical environment.

2 How big is an ecosystem?   An ecosystem can have its own shapes and sizes, so no set size at all.

3 How are a population and a community related in an ecosystem?    The two are related in an ecosystem because a population consists of multiple organisms and a community consists of multiple populations, so in all they both consist of multiple populations.

4 Why is soil an important part of an ecosystem?   Soil is so important in an ecosystem because the worms that eat the soil’s nutrients poop out the nutrients and that provides immensely important nutrients for the plants.

5 Why are the climate and location two of the most important factors in determining ecosystem diversity?   They are so important because of food and and livable climates are essential to the life of animals.                                                                    

6 Two ecosystems are thousands of miles apart., but they have very similar plants and animals.  What might explain this?   Maybe the animals traveled and the birds ate the seeds of one of the ecosystems and brought the seeds to the new ecosystem.

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1. What is an ecosystem? An ecosystem is a place where different organisms interact with other organisms.

 

2. How big is an ecosystem? There is really no size.

 

3. How are a population and a community related in an ecosystem? They all have something to do with living with other organisms.

4. Why is soil an important part of an ecosystem? Soil is so important because it helps organisms that we need in the environment.

 

5. Why are the climate and location two of the most important factors in determining ecosystem diversity? It’s because when it’s hot in a place there’s probably going to be a lot of organisms because of the resources and the climate.

 

6. Two ecosystems are thousands of miles apart, but they have very similar plants and animals.  What might explain this? It’s probably because they both have the same climate and the same resources.

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