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  • hey have you ever heard of ecosystems
  • yeah and how the size of it varies tremendously
  • did you know ecosystems are where all liven thing in a given area interacting with each other and also with their non living environments
  • An ecosystem could be an entire rain forest, covering a geographical area larger than many nations, or it could be a puddle or a backyard garden. Even the body of an animal could be considered an ecosystem, since it is home to numerous microorganisms.
  • In addition, plants take in nutrients from the soil, which contain energy in the forms of various chemical compounds.
  • Food web are built around the flow of energy between organisms.plants receive energy from the sun in a process called photosynthesis.
  • Earth itself could be considered a ecosystem, in which the living and nonliving interact in four major subsystems: atmosphere, hydrosphere,and biosphere
  • The biosphere includes all living things: plants , mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, aquatic life, insects, and all manner of microscopic forms, including bacteria and viruses.
  • Animals and plants within an ecosystem depend on each other for their survival. If conditions change, the animals and plants have to adapt
  • Sometimes ecosystems change because of a climate change or a natural disaster. Sometimes, ecosystems are destroyed by humans.Plants can’t migrate when conditions change.
  • If you have a vegetable garden, the plants attract plant-eating insects. The insects attract birds, snakes and frogs. These animals might attract predators, including fox, racoons, coyotes and owls.
  • As plants take up nutrients from the soil, they convert them into other forms, which provide usable energy to organisms who eat the plants When an herbivore, or plant-eating organism, eats the plant, it incorporates this energy.anyway thats all you need to know about ecosystems goodnight
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