Cold Much?


Limitation poor nutrients, and a short growing season. Other characteristics include low biodiversity, simple plants, limited drainage, and large variations in populations. ( Beyondpenguins) . In Arctic and alpine tundras which include increased shrub density, an earlier spring thaw and a later autumn freeze, which diminished habitats for native animals, and an accelerated decomposition of organic matter in the soil. (Britannica) (mix with me). 2 there's lots of capacity just not many Aanimals because the weather is harsh that's why that's how the Biome is affected because not a lot of animals nor plants can survive.3 is a exponential growth occurs then food sources would be limited and lots of animals would starve because there's not that much food in the tundra places meaning some animals that are carnivores would eat the other animals meaning that some species may go down because of food lack of food supply. 4. The extreme climate reduces number of species that can live there, and alsobthe sun can be gone which makes the place go into darkness.


Mutations are probably possible just thinking of it, ok a hare can be brown but during winter its white, Depending on certain animals and who has the stronger common genenatural selection: survival of the fittest. The individuals that are best adapted to their environment survive. Polar bears white foxes and white animals can blend in the snow and plants survive by getting shorter than growing in harsh weather.


Bearberry , arctic moss, caribou mass

( Bearberry its fine silky hairs keeps it warm hair is located in the leaf,leafs also adapt to the tundra cold, used as medicine , pre rooted, difficult to gro from bare cuttings in a green house, since its located where water is little xylem is little, (fact: Native Americans used it as tobacco) its a fruit but it also medication so phloem is sugar and maybe alcohol combined, its a bush so no flowers, no cones , there are seeds and spread by wind when there's wind or animals . The Artic Moss is an aquatic plant, which means it can grow underwater it has adapted to the tundra climate by storing energy to use it when its not growing, roots located on the ground so plant can avoid harsh winds, since there isn't lots of water the growing season is short and water is short , lack of nutrients but contains energy semi sugar to have , there are seed which are spread and will adapt ,cones yes. ,it has meristemd but doesn't grow tall either to avoid harsh winds

pasque Flower

Petal the purple

Stamen the yellow inside the flower

Anther top part of yellow stuff

Pistil = stigma purple inside the yellow/ Style the tube under the yellow

Ovary the tube connected to the ovary under yellow and tube

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Red algae (vascular plant)

Arctic moss (nonvascular plant)

Bearberry (gymnosperm)

Cyperacaeae (angiosperm)

Liliales (monocot)

Pasque (divot)

Fruit (bearberry)

really a leaf 😒

Vein are the lines

I'll give u a drawn out one

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common, scientific etc....

Red algae (fungi) S name (Rhodophyta) harsh waves can grow smaller than taller to stay in place ( I guess) has many evolutionary advantages that helped its species survive depending on the certain environment which includes structure, reactions and chemical build of the plant, red algae probably wouldn't live since there so far underwater but managed to survive (Flexible Dipe and Blade Structure) it can reproduce both sexually and asexually , mostly produces sexually they are autotrophic 35 to 3.6 PSU ( remember they almost died since there underwater


The Polar Bear (Ursus Maritimus) strong swimmers

Fat and thick fur keeps the polar bear warm

They rest often to avoid overheating

Finding food and trying to survive

Method is sexually

They are heterotrophic

They are eukaryotic

Not an exact number of polar bears but they are endangered


Linchens (binomial)

they don't need soil to grow. Some can grow on rocks. Lichens help break down the rock into soil. Then mosses and ferns are able to grow. Later other plants and shrubs will also grow.

Survived doesn't need soil.

They are asexually



No but their isn't no exact number

Alcaligenes faecalis

Scientific name is alcaligenes faecalis

No pigmentation

No needed soil



No not exact number