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The relationship between the arctic fox and polar bears and that between pitcher plant midges and mosquitoes are examples of commensalism in the tundra biome. Commensal interactions provide an advantage to an individual ... More »

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Two common examples of mutualism in the tundra biome include the beneficial coexistence between the alga and the fungus in a lichen and the reciprocal partnership between tundra swans and sago pondweed. Mutualism is a ty... More »

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The tundra biome has the shortest growing season, ranging from 50 to 60 days in the Arctic tundra to up to 180 days in Alpine tundras. Tundra biomes are distinguished by low biodiversity and domination by mosses, lichens... More »

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The average temperature range for the tundra biome in the true Arctic Circle is 30 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter, and an average of 45 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer. The long winter brings months of total darkn... More »

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There are several biotic (living) and abiotic (nonliving) factors that are common to all types of desert biomes, or ecosystems, including cacti, fire ants, high daytime temperatures and sand. Biotic factors also include ... More »

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Two common examples of mutualism in the tundra biome include the beneficial coexistence between the alga and the fungus in a lichen and the reciprocal partnership between tundra swans and sago pondweed. Mutualism is a ty... More »

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According to eSchoolToday, biomes are large ecological areas that exist on Earth’s surface. Biomes include flora and fauna and how they adapt in their specific environments. More »

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