The On The Grass Prairie Essay

1041 Words Oct 27th, 2015 5 Pages
-Short-Grass Prairie a. Overcrowding of species is a limiting factor because if there is an abundance of coyotes, it will lead to overhunting of smaller organisms b. Spreading of disease is a limiting factor because there is a dense population, so the diseases will spread faster c. Natural disasters is a limiting factor because there is an abundance of prairie fires that can reach the large population d. Human interaction is a limiting factor because things like dams affect the population of the grassland
-Antarctica
a. Precipitation is a limiting factor because there is an abundance of snow that keeps the climate cold and without it, the climate would not be as cold and the organisms would have to adapt b. Temperature is a limiting factor because it is very cold in Antarctica so if the temperature were to drastically change, there would be a giant flood because all of the ice and snow would melt and drown the species around it c. Wind is a limiting factor because as wind wipes through Antarctica, it blows snow and ice throughout the biome so it blows and freezes vegetation around the area and causes blizzards against the organisms in the biome d. Sunlight is a limiting factor in Antarctica because there is no vegetation to shade organisms from the sunlight, but it is so cold in the biome that the sunlight does not create this biome to change temperature; however, without the sunlight, many of the organisms would not get the needed nutrients they need
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