Ecosystem Review. 1. What are the non-living parts of a woodland ecosystem?. Snakes, lizards, toad Air, water, light Crickets, isopods, earthworms Strawberries, willow trees, flowers.
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Non-living parts of an ecosystem are air, water, soil, rocks, and sunlight. You could also include altitude
which contain drinkable water or water of almost no salt content.
Freshwater resources include
lakes and ponds, rivers and streams, reservoirs, wetlands, and groundwater.
Salt water ecosystems are aquatic systems
that contain salt water.
All oceans are
salt water ecosystems.
Plants produce food from the energy of the sun.
Photosynthesis to make food.
You can’t have too much of any plant or animal in your ecosystem, or it will crowd out the other living things.
Ocean Tidal Pool
We planted the seeds that would grow into plants. The grass fed the crickets.
Decomposers are the “clean up” crew.
and decaying matter.
Producers make their food from the sun, water and soil which are non-living things.
The sun provides energy to producers who make their own food. Consumers eat the plants or animals that eat the plants.
Observation and note taking is the best way to know what is going on in the
aquarium or any investigation.
You could use them to make a test solution.
What stays the
If you wanted to investigate the effect of acid rain, you could have two aquariums. Put an
acid solution in one, which would be the variable, and nothing in the other. That
would be the control.
number the more acidic.
Carbon dioxide comes from consumers and is breather by producers.
So that it would be the correct temperature.
To clean the water.
To add oxygen to the water.
Easier to move the fish.
water. We could have used a plastic dropper to gently bubble air to add oxygen to the water. The fish needed oxygen in the water to breathe.