Life: The Natural World Week 7 Bio Notes
Life: The Natural World Week 7 Bio Notes BIOL 1012 - 02
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Date Created: 10/08/16
Winterdeciduous trees shed their leaves because the leaves cannot function and do photosynthesis during the winter, doesn’t lose water this way Droughtdeciduous shed their leaves to save water Broadleafevergreen keep their leaves because it never gets cold, so they always have water and warm temps. Tropical savanna grasslands with scattered droughtresistant trees that usu. don’t exceed 10 meters in height Tropical rainforest broad zone outside equator. Annual rainfall, which exceeds 2000 to 2250 millimeters Chaparral very specific spatial distribution. Dry climate during fall, summer, spring months. Precipitation falls mainly in winter. 300750 millimeters mostly falling within 24 months. Don’t drop leaves during dry season due to expense of replacement Characterized by plants with sclerophyllous leaves Scleros hard Phyll leaf Small leaves, thickened cuticles, glandular hairs and sunken stomata all reduce water loss Temperate Deciduous Forest moderate climate and deciduous trees
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