Which of the following is not a abiotic components
Bacteria and fungi are biotic organisms that act as decomposers. Water, soil and air are abiotic components.
Xerophytes are plants which are found in
Xerophytes live in areas with very little water in the soil; some can survive through both very wet and very dry periods. This means that while they are commonly found in deserts, xerophytic plants may also grow in salt marshes, frozen land masses like the Arctic and Antarctic, or tropical forests.
The earth has so many different types of plants and animals. Which word best describes the above statement?
Diversity refers to the variety of organisms (plants, animals and microorganisms) existing on the earth.
Which of these adaptations is not shown by a camel for living in deserts?
Camel shows adaptation like hump on back, passes scanty of urine and the padded soles. Camel perspires(sweat) less to reduce water loss.
The place where a living organism lives is called
The place where a living organism lives is called habitat of the organism.
Organisms that obtain their food from others are called
The organisms which depend on other organisms for food are called heterotrophs. For example, man, dog, cat, deer, tiger, cow, non-green plants like yeast are all heterotrophs. They depend on plants or other organisms for their food.
Some animals hibernate to
Hibernation, also known as 'winter sleep', is a state of deep sleep that an animal undergoes during the cold months of winter. During this phase, body metabolism and heart rate of the animal go down drastically and the animal practically sleeps for various days to months.
The common animals found on mountains are
The common animals found on mountains are Goat and Yak.
In which habitat, can the animals move fast?
In grasslands, because of the open lands, animals can move freely. Most grassland animals are able to run very fast, which allows them to escape hunting animals.
Shape, size and other features of plants depend upon their
Shape, size and other features of plants depend upon surroundings of the organism.