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===Glossary of "Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet (2nd ed.)" by [[Botkin_Keller_1998|Botkin & Keller (1998)]]===
 
===Glossary of "Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet (2nd ed.)" by [[Botkin_Keller_1998|Botkin & Keller (1998)]]===
 
*A kind of ecosystem.  The rain forest is an example of a [[biome]]; rain forests occur in many parts of the world but are not all connected with each other.
 
*A kind of ecosystem.  The rain forest is an example of a [[biome]]; rain forests occur in many parts of the world but are not all connected with each other.
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==="Scholastic Children's Encyclopedia" by [[Scholastic_Inc_2004|Scholastic Inc (2004)]]===
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*Biome is the scientific term for a community of specific types of plnts and animals that covers a large area of the earth's surface.
  
 
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*[[Graham_Graham_Wilcox_2003|Graham, L. E., Graham, J. M. & Wilcox, L. W.  2003.  Plant Biology.  -xxxv + 497 pp.  Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River.]]
 
*[[Graham_Graham_Wilcox_2003|Graham, L. E., Graham, J. M. & Wilcox, L. W.  2003.  Plant Biology.  -xxxv + 497 pp.  Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River.]]
 
*[[Willis_McElwain_2014|Willis, K. J. & McElwain, J. C.  2014.  The Evolution of Plants, 2nd ed.  -ix + 398 pp.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.]]
 
*[[Willis_McElwain_2014|Willis, K. J. & McElwain, J. C.  2014.  The Evolution of Plants, 2nd ed.  -ix + 398 pp.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.]]
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*[[Scholastic_Inc_2004|Scholastic Inc.  2004.  Scholastic Children's Encyclopedia.  ix + 710 pp.  Scholastic Reference, New York.]]
  
 
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biome(s)

  • バイオーム,群系,生物群系(日本語)
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Definition

Glossary of "Evolution of Plants (2nd ed.)" by Willis & McElwain (2014)

  • Biological subdivision of the Earth's surface that reflects the ecological and physiognomic character of the vegetation.

Glossary of "Plant Biology (1st ed.)" by Graham et al. (2003)

  • Ecosystems with similar climate such as the tropical rain forest biome. Ecosystems in the same biome may contain different communities of species.

Glossary of "Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet (2nd ed.)" by Botkin & Keller (1998)

  • A kind of ecosystem. The rain forest is an example of a biome; rain forests occur in many parts of the world but are not all connected with each other.

"Scholastic Children's Encyclopedia" by Scholastic Inc (2004)

  • Biome is the scientific term for a community of specific types of plnts and animals that covers a large area of the earth's surface.

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