Green Living Ecology

Food Web and Energy Pyramid

Pyramids of Power Trophic The food chain, or also known as the food, is the flow of energy and nutrients that is established between the different species in an ecosystem in relation to nutrition. In a biocenosis or biological community are: Primary producers: Autotrophs that using solar energy (photosynthesis) or mineral chemical reactions (chemosynthesis) obtain the… read more »

What is an ecosystem?

Ecosystem is a concept used mainly by ecology, regarded as the object of study, and is related to a natural system formed by organized living together. One could speak of a community of beings, but also participate in it the climate, geological conditions, chemicals, etc. After all it is a level of organization of nature. The organization… read more »

Trophic relationships in the ecosystem

Cycle of matter and energy flow To perform its vital functions, living things need a constant supply of matter and energy. All energy used by living things from the sun ecosystems . Plants get energy directly from the sun through photosynthesis.Animals get energy from the food they eat, whether plant or animal.By respiration, both plants and animals… read more »

The soil ecosystem

Soil The ground is the substrate on which the moving support or many organisms. The set of relationships between the soil and the various organisms that inhabit the soil ecosystem form, consisting of a biotope and a living community or biocenosis. The biotope soil has the following characteristics: – The temperature is more stable than in the air environment. – The floor… read more »

Soil Formation (Training and development of land)

The soil definition The soil is the uppermost layer of Earth’s crust. It comprises the alteration products of rocks and organic remains of living things. The floor can also be defined as the dynamic complex resulting from the interaction between the atmosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. The factors involved in soil formation are: lithology(rock type that gives the mineral), climate(temperature, humidity, wind), topography (slope and orientation… read more »

Marine biome

Marine biomes The sea occupies 70% of the Earth’s surface. Its average depth is 4,000 meters. The salinity of the sea water is, on average, about 35 grams of salt per liter of water. The temperature of the sea water surface varies between 32 º C in the tropics and -2 º C in polar regions. The movement of water is produced by tides, caused… read more »

Terrestrial biomes

Terrestrial biomes The terrestrial biomes are areas within biogeographical regions, each with a predominant vegetation and fauna. The most characteristic terrestrial biomes are tundra, taiga, deciduous forest, the Mediterranean forest, prairie, desert and jungle.   The Tundra The tundra is a biome found in arctic and alpine areas of some mountain peaks characterized by very low average temperatures. Because the ground… read more »

Ecological Creams Aka Organic Cosmetics

Organic Cosmetics The ecological creams newest on the market already, creams that accompany the course of Nature exploit its properties while respecting the environment where raw materials are grown. Learn to develop ecological creams in this article from Green Living.   When you buy organic cream in any establishment whether specialized or not, you should care for your… read more »

Cooking ecological (Ecological habits)

The nutritional value of food depends largely on how prepared: energy increases with decreases slowly Roast frozen and microwave ovens. For cooking green , we must act quickly. If you only have ten minutes to eat, prepare a dish raw. It makes no sense in the oven to warm food ingredients speeding and then suffer from heartburn all afternoon, it’s better… read more »

How To Make Homemade organic soap

Make homemade soap To make a homemade organic soap must follow the instructions on the label of caustic soda, for although the formulation is the same (NaOH) can come a wealth differently in each bottle or can of soda, usually 99%. If you can buy soda unlabeled follow directions that we propose to make soap, and one way… read more »