The nutrient cycle and biodiversity in deciduous woodlands quiz

True or false? Nutrients are cycled more quickly in deciduous woodlands than tropical rainforests.

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Nutrients are cycled more slowly in deciduous woodlands than tropical rainforests.

True or false? Nutrients are fairly evenly shared between the different stores in the deciduous woodland nutrient cycle, but biomass is the biggest store because there are a lot of trees.

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Decomposers break down leaf litter, to form a layer of humus during the summer.

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Decomposers break down leaf litter, to form a layer of humus during the autumn.

Soil in the deciduous woodland is formed from humus and what else?

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True or false? Transfers in the deciduous woodland are smaller and slower than in tropical rainforests.

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What type of biodiversity do deciduous woodlands have?

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Why can lots and plants and animals survive in deciduous woodlands?

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True or false? The different layers of vegetation in the deciduous woodland provide a wide range of habitats for specialised plants and animals.

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Why is it difficult for specialist organisms to thrive in deciduous woodlands?

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True or false? Human activities have caused considerable disturbance in the deciduous woodland which has prevented vegetation from becoming established enough to support a lot of different species.

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The nutrient cycle and biodiversity in deciduous woodlands quiz
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