Posts Tagged ‘Tropical Rainforest Food Web’
Tropical Rainforest Food Pyramid
Mexico, bordered in the south by Guatemala and Belize and in the north by the United States of America, covers several thousand square miles and is divided into 31 states and the federal districts. The Sea of Cortes, the Pacific Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico surround it.
Mexico is rich in, history, traditions art and religion and offers a complete tourist infrastructure. Mexico is a diverse country that hosts one of the archaic cultures of the Olmecan tribe, around 1500 years BC.
Mexico is famous for its Read the rest of this entry »
Rainforest Food Web
The tropical rainforest food web is all about who eats who in the tropics. The web describes the chain of events every organism goes through to obtain nutrition, or energy, in order to survive. A food web is a network of food chains.
There are some things we need to know about the food web. Each level of the chain is dependent on the adjoining levels. Autotrophs make their food from light or some form of chemical energy and are at the bottom of each food chain. These primary producers are eaten by herbivores (plant eating Read the rest of this entry »
Tropical Rainforest Ecosystem
In order to better understand how tropical ecosystems function with such a diverse collection of foliage teeming through the landscape, we must appreciate the make-up of plants and microbes along with how they interact with one another in tropical rainforest ecosystems.
So what is it about tropical trees and their relationship with other foliage and life forms that provides such an elegant ecosystem? It’s a question scientists have marveled over for eons. The means of co-habitation among tropical trees and other foliage displays some true Darwinian prowess. Yes, even Charles Darwin, the famed scientist studying Read the rest of this entry »
Temperate Rainforest Food Web
An ecosystem is generally understood to be the combination of biological, physical and chemical factors that makes up a particular locality and can be anything from a pond to a rainforest to a desert.
There are two components in an ecosystem, the abiotic components, such as sunlight, temperature, temperature, water or moisture and the soil chemistry, and the biotic, the living organisms from plants to insects, animals to people, all of which interact together.
Ecology is a way of describing how the the various component parts of an ecosystem interact and function whether Read the rest of this entry »
Tropical Rainforest Decomposers
A crawl space liner can add value to your home in many ways. It is energy efficient, helps cut down on pest problems such as dust mites, can take care of mold and mildew problems and many other issues that can be caused by problems with moisture in your home’s crawl space or sub floor construction. The rainy season in many places can exacerbate all of these problems. During times when there is more moisture in the atmosphere, generally, most homes will have doors and windows closed and less dry air will pass through, and moist air will stay Read the rest of this entry »