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Temperate Woodland & Shrubland

Biome project for Mrs. Coch's Biology class.
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Alan Gibson

on 18 December 2012

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Transcript of Temperate Woodland & Shrubland

Temperate
Woodland and Shrubland Bio 9 Alan Gibson Temperate Woodland and shubland is found on every continent. except Antarctica.
Sorry. This includes the west coasts of North and South America. Primrose Lady Fern Autotrophs in temperate woodlands and shrublands include... Plants Coyotes Deer Hetertrophs
include... (Animals) The Sun Primrose Aphids Ladybugs Roadrunner Food Chain The Roadrunner is part of the carbon cycle when it goes though the process of respiration adding carbon back into the atmosphere. Climate The climate of temperate woodlands and shrublands isn't the warmest. Its temperature usually is between 10 and 20 degrees Celsius
(50 to 68 Degrees Fahrenheit) These areas also generally get less than
10 cm (4 in) of rain per month. Temperate woodland and shrubland is generally located in the temperate climate zone as its name implies. Mutualism Butterfly Primrose The butterfly pollinates the primrose and the primrose feeds the butterfly. Did you know? Many herbs such as sage and thyme grow in temperate woodland and shrublands. This is weird... Resources Prentice Hall's book: Biology
eHow.com
NASA's "Earth Observatory" website Because of the oils in the plants, fires are very common Biosphere Biome Ecosystem Community Population Individual
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