One physical factor that contributed to the development of the studied community, was the temperature of the atmosphere. This abiotic feature played a large in role in the growth of the plant and animal species living within the area. The temperature of the atmosphere changed often and varies throughout different parts of the year. This also slightly contributed to the amount of rainfall in the community, which essential for every environment. There are many relationships within the ecosystem. One of which, is the ferns that grow along the pond.
The ferns grow on the trees and hang from them above the water. This allows the ferns to obtain sunlight for photosynthesis. The ferns do not receive food out of this relationship. this relationship is called a commensalism relationship, as the ferns benefit, and the tree is unharmed.
The purpose in taking as many readings as possible in recording data from little experiments is so that you can get the most accurate average as possible, as it is impossible to find the exact number result. Scientists usually estimate the distribution and abundance of a species. This is done because it would take to much time and effort to count every single animal or plant belonging to that species. Scientist usually use the average to estimate the distribution and the species. The Channel-Billed Cuckoo has a competition relationship with other birds. It does though, have its advantages.
Because it can be placed into the nests of the other birds without getting caught out, its abundance levels would be good. This also helps that the fact that this bird would not really have to build its own nest, as it uses those of other birds. This adaptation causes a antibiosis relationship with other plants within its area. The tree releases the chemical, which kills or harms the surrounding species of plant or tree. This benefits the She-Oak, as it makes no competition for the tree. Without the other plants around, there is no need to hare the amount of sunlight and water.
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The She-Oak is able to obtain all of it for itself. By using the formula presented, I was able to estimate that the number of ant echinus that were affected in the area was 145. 25.