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Lake Michigan

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Transcript of Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan
Biotic Factors
These are some of the living things that live near and in Lake Michigan
Abiotic Factors
These are some of the non- living things that are near or in the lake.
Competition
Two things that compete for the same resource.
Symbiosis Examples
These are relationships in the Lake Michigan ecosystem
Producers
Maple, birch, hemlock, pine- all provides shelter, oxygen, and food for animals
Many different berries such as strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, gooseberries, and cranberries all provide food for many animals near and in the lake.
Algea and lichen also live near lakes
Grass- provieds food and oxygen
Consumers
Wolverine
moose
deer
common cottontail
snowshoe hare
raccoon
river otter
robin ( state bird)
Ruffed grouse
gray wolf
bald eagle
massasauge ( states only poisonous snake)
geese
bobwhite
ducks
warbler
Red neck pheasant
Sea Lemprey
Fish
Catfish- this animals helps the lake by eating and cleaning out all the bad bacteria in it
whitefish
perch
lake trout ( state fish)
bass
pike
carp
rainbow and brown trout
several species of salmon
Factors
Water
Dirt ( parts of)
Rocks
Temperature
Wind
Oil
pH
Rainfall
Clouds
Sunlight
Abiotic Example
Rocks compete to see which one can attract lichen.
Biotic Example
Otters and beavers both compete for territory on water and places to nest
Freshwater snail and Anuran tadpoles feed on periphytic algae.
Food Web
Algae and fungi found work together to form communities called lichen. Catfish also clean the lake of dangerous bacteria which helps the lake.
Mutualism
Pondweed provides shelter and protection to numerous animals and fish the live in the lake.
Commensalism
Flatworms lives and feeds on the insides of a snail and then infects it.
Parasitism
Bibliography
"Ideas Matter." Prezi.com.N.p.,n.d.Web.17sept.2013
www.fcps.edu.com
www.lakebiomeproject,blogspot.com
www.Ask.com
www.Michiganfloraand fauna.com
A large body of water surrounded by land.
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