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Monoculture
the cultivation of a single crop on a farm or in a region or country
Restoration
an act of restoring
Factors causing a decrease in biodiversity
Hunting, poaching, habitat destruction
Endangered species act
1973 act of u.s. congress desinged to protect any plant or animal species in danger of species
native species
as opposed to exotic species native spescies is one original to a particular rgion
captive breeding
breeding endangered or threatened species in zoos and wild animal parks
endangered species
a species whos numberes have fallen so low that it is likely to become extict in the near future
Keystone species
species of great importance to an ecosystem because its loss might cause the complete collapse of the ecosystem
threatened species
species likely to become endangered if protective measures are not taken immeadatily
Botanical gardens
storehouses od genitic diversity
Germ plasma bank
Store germ plasma for future use in case species become critically endangered
Exotic species
a species that is not native to a particular region
Poachin
ilegal hunting
Biodiversity
numberes and variteies of species on earth
reintroduction
Returning a species to an area in which it was once native
Indigenouse species
native species
factors causing an increase in biodiversity
Reintroductioin, speciation, extic species
Indigenouse species
native species
factors causing an increase in biodiversity
Reintroductioin, speciation, extic species