Overview From the lake to the forest ... The biological part of ecology describes the interactions between organisms and their environment, ie between living things and abiotic factors such as climate, soil, light, water and chemical factors. In addition to the insight into the different ecosystems, their living organisms and their interactions with each other, this learning module also gives an impression of the principles of population ecology.
Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number Ununtrium is an artificially created element with the element symbol Uut and the atomic number 113. In the periodic table it belongs to the transactinoids with an atomic mass of 287 u. The chemical element discovered in 2003 is radioactive and is in a solid state of aggregation at room temperature.
Characteristics Name: juniper Latin name: Juniperus Number of species: about 50 species of juniper Range: northern hemisphere Fruits: round, berry-shaped cones Flowering period: April - June Height: up to 15 meters Age: up to 2000 years Properties of bark: Properties of wood: ? Locations of the tree: lowland and mountainous regions Needles: pointed, approx.
Definition and Example - Easily Explained According to the independence rule, two (dihybrid inheritance!) Different traits (tail length and coat color) are independently inherited when crossing a pure-hearted parental generation. The features are freely combinable. In addition, from the F2 generation new feature combinations occur.
Characteristics Name: Kudu Other names: Greater Kudu Latin Name: Tragelaphus strepsiceros Class: Mammals Size: about 150cm Weight: 200 - 300kg Age: 10 - 20 years Appearance: gray-brown-reddish coat Sex Dimorphism: yes Nutrition Type: predominantly herbivores (herbivor ) Food: leaves, grasses, fruits Distribution: Africa Original Origin: East Africa Sleep-wake-up-rhythm: twilight and nocturnal Habitat: steppe Natural predators: African wild dog, leopard, lion Sexual maturity: ca.
Characteristics Name: Stork Latin name: Ciconiidae Class: Birds Size: 60 - 140cm (depending on species) Weight: 1 - 8kg (depending on species) Age: 20 - 30 years Appearance: white-black plumage Sex dimorphism: No Diet type: Carnivor Food: Frogs, fish, snails, insects Origin: unknown Sleep / wakeful rhythm: diurnal Habitat: wetlands, waters Natural enemies: / Sexual maturity: from the age of five Mating time: March - May Breeding time: 28 - 35 days Size of eggs: 3 - 6 eggs Social behavior: colony-forming Critically endangered: No You will find further profiles of animals in the Encyclopaedia of Animals.