• Nutrient Cycle

  • Archae domain

  • Energy vs. Nutrient Movement

  • Ecological Succession

  • Has only one kingdom called Archaebacteria

  • Is the oldest/ most ancient domain

  • Distinguishing Features:

  • Energy

  • Matter

  • ecological succession- changes to an ecosystem

  • primary- start from scratch

  • secondary- regrowth

    • Prokaryotic

    • Unicellular

    • Cell wall – no peptidoglycan

    • Autotrophs & Heterotrophs

    • Extremophiles

    • Motile

    • Energy flows through ecosystems. The energy that flows through an ecosystem is transferred through feeding. Every time the energy is transfered alot of it is lost. The loss of energy that is flowing through an ecosystem is called Entropy.

    • matter cycles through ecosystems meaning that it is reused over and over and because of the law of conservation of matter no matter can be lost in the cycle. The cycles are simply matter transforming into diffrent forms. A common example of this is the water cycle.

    • No soil

    • Pioneer species: lichen moss

    • Rare

    • Volcano

    • Soil already present

    • Common

    • Fire, clear cutting…

    • Prokaryotic means that they don’t have an organized nuclei

    • Unicellular means that they are made up of only one cell

    • Autotrophs produces there own food/ energy typically through Photo/ Chemo synthesis

    • Heterotrophs consume other organisms in order to survive

    • Extremophiles can survive/ thrive in extreme temperatures

    • can move around (synonym of mobile)

    • Methods of moving around:

    • types of cycles

    • pseudopod

    • cillia

    • Water

    • Carbon

    • Nitrogen

    • Phosphorus

    • Oxygen

    • In this method of locomotion in which it extends a “fake foot” and then drags itself towards the “fake foot”

    • Water in the ocean and other bodies of water evaporate. Also in hot climates the water absorbed from roots is sometimes released as a vapor from the leaves along with other gasses such as oxygen. This is called evatranspiration. Also some water sublimates which is when solids turn directly into a gas. After water is sublimated, evaporated and or sublimated the water begins condensation which is water vapor begins to turn into a liquid. Once alot of water is condensed the water begins to fall which is called Precipitation. During precipitation water can fall as a rain, snow, or hail. When the snow falls on mountains it begins to melt and when it does the water run off to streams. Some of the water also seeps into the ground and the eventually runs of into a body of water. Then the cycle can begin again.

    • Where the CO2 comes from

    • Transformation

    • CO2 is contently being emitted by humans and other animals exhaling. Also cars and factory emissions create CO2. dead organisms and plant respiration also contribute CO2.

    • The CO2 that is created is then absorbed by trees which then transform the CO2 into oxygen which alows us to inhale thus, starting the cycle all over again.

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