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noun as in large plant and animal community

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As the Amazon shrinks, so does this airborne river — further drying out the biome, and further increasing the risk of fires.

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For one thing, the crew says they’ll be helping to perform medical experiments in zero gravity conditions, taking blood samples, sampling their personal biomes, and swabbing the walls of the spacecraft.

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The unseasonable conditions that have plagued the Pacific Northwest are hazardous to humans and wildlife alike, altering habitats and making the biome virtually uninhabitable for some.

The setting will be the Eden Project, a local tourist attraction that features a cluster of domed biomes — which will help to underscore the environmental emphasis of the summit.

Because I garden, I’m hyper-aware of soil health and microbes and gut health, and there are studies saying dirt in the soil is so good for you, because you’re adding to your gut biome.

Ecological relations of the breeding bird populations of the desert biome of Arizona.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to biome, such as: ecosystem, habitat, biosphere, ecosphere, environment, and null.

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