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DESERT

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Amber Smith

on 22 September 2013

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Transcript of DESERT

Desert Biome Project
Organisms
Cactus
Bud Sage
Mesquite Bushes
Spinifex Grass
Bull Grass
Prickly Pear
Buck Horn
Shrubs
Camels
Kangaroo Rats
Rabbits
Ecological Pyramid
100 %
Deserts cover about one fifth of our planet, and are caused by extremely low rainfall over an area. These biomes are home to many plants and animals which have through the course of their evolution adapted to this dry environment.
DESERT
Harvester Ants
Black Tailed Jack Rabbit
Snakes
Tarantulas
Horned Lizard
Kit Fox
Mountain Lions
Coyotes
Hawk
Millipedes
Termites
Grass--> Rabbit--> Kit Fox--> Mountain Lion
Cactus --> Ant--> Scorpion--> Hawk
Cactus ➝--> Beetle --> Lizard--> Coyote
Food Chains
(producer)
(primary)
(secondary)
(tertiary)
(producer)
(primary)
(secondary)
(tertiary)
(producer)
(secondary)
(primary)
(tertiary)
Food Web
Cactus
Ant
Beetle
Tarantula
Scorpion
Lizard
Hawk
Coyote
Snake
Rat
Praire Dog
10,000 %
1,000 %
10 %
Cactus
Bud Sage
Mesquite
Rabbits
Camels
Rats
Hawk
Coyote
Snakes
Tarantulas
Horned
Lizard
Symbiotic Relationship:
Bats eat nectar from cacti. Snakes use abandoned rodent holes for their home.
Predator-Prey Relationship:
Kit-Fox and Rabbit, Hawk and Scorpion, Lizard and Beetle.
:

Competition:
Hawk and Snake compete for scorpions and rats.
Limiting Factors that may affect the survival of organisms:
Little water, extreme heat, little food, no shelter.
Amber Smith
Biology 2nd Period
9/22/13
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