Ch. 17 & 18 “Biological Communities & The Environment . I. How Organisms Interact in Communities. A. Coevolution –back and forth evolutionary adjustments between interacting members of an ecosystem. Ex: plants and the animals who pollinate them.
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A. Climate-the weather conditions in any given area. This determines where species live. The two most important elements of climate are temperature and moisture. The farther away from the equator, temperature and moisture decrease; closer to the equator, temperature and moisture increase.
B. Biome-a major biological community that occurs over a large area of land.