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The Biomes- Temperate Grassland/Shrubland

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Rachel Ping

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Temperate Woodland/Shrubland Summers for the temperate woodland and shrubland biome tend to be hot and dry, while the winters tend to be cold and moist.
The temperate woodland and shrubland biome experience four seasons, in which the summer and winter are the most distinctive. Climate Temperate woodlands are typically found in the northern hemisphere, but also in South-East China, Europe, and Eastern America

Latitude: Between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer, and between the Antarctic Circle and the Tropic of Capricorn. Location, Location Badgers, foxes, lynx, deer, coyotes, mountain lions, jackrabbits, scrub jays, hawks, and zebra swallowtail butterflies all live in this biome. Animal Life Abiotic Factors Things such as lightning(seen above), wind, precipitation, or lack thereof, are all abiotic factors that affect the biome. Weather Other objects such as rocks, stones, and cliffs can affect an environment in a drastic way.
Water is an essential part of the biome, even though it is abiotic. Other Abiotic Factors Badgers are short-legged omnivores with black and white coloring. Badgers have short, fat bodies, with short legs built for digging. They also have elongated weasel-like heads with small ears. Badgers Plant Life Plant life in the temperate woodland and shrubland include, but is not limited to, evergreen shrubs and corn oak. This area is good for many types of plants because of its mild temperature. The zebra swallowtail butterfly has distinctive black and white wings with long hind wings, called swallows. The butterfly goes from egg to adult in about a month and eats sweet nectar for food. Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly Scrub Jays An omnivore, the scrub jay spends its time hunting on the ground for food, or sitting in a tree, watching. You can identify them by their blue and gray color, with a pale stomach. Bacillus subtilis is found in the rotting plants and the fauna of the temperate woodland biome.
Enterobacter agglomerans are the bacteria that make cuts have that red, inflamed look. They also cause disease, such as pneumonia.
Escherichia coli is found in the stomach of most animals and humans- but too much can make you really sick. Bacteria Temperature and Micro life http://www.ehow.com/list_6105855_types-animals-temperate-woodland-shrubland.html
http://biology.about.com/od/landbiomes/a/aa052506a.htm
http://www.ehow.com/list_7439017_list-bacteria-temperate-deciduous-forest.html
https://sites.google.com/site/mrhogansbiomes/temperate-woodland-and-shrubland
pictures sourced through: prezi.com Sources Temperature: -22 to 86, rainfall about 20-60 inches
Micro life: Bacteria such as e.coli Made by:
Emily Laughead
Maribel Potter
Rachel Ping Group
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