Tropical forests have the highest biodiversity and primary productivity of any of the terrestrial biomes.
Which terrestrial ecosystem has the highest net primary productivity?
The highest net primary productivity in terrestrial environments occurs in swamps and marshes and tropical rainforests; the lowest occurs in deserts.
Which ecosystem has highest primary productivity?
Forest Ecosystem: It has the highest primary productivity.
Which 3 terrestrial ecosystems have the highest productivity?
In terms of NPP per unit area, the most productive systems are estuaries, swamps and marshes, tropical rain forests, and temperate rain forests (see Figure 4).
What is high net primary productivity?
Net primary productivity, or NPP, is gross primary productivity minus the rate of energy loss to metabolism and maintenance. In other words, it’s the rate at which energy is stored as biomass by plants or other primary producers and made available to the consumers in the ecosystem.
Which ecosystem has the greatest gross primary productivity the greatest net primary productivity the greatest net ecosystem productivity?
AP Chapter 54 – Ecosystem Ecology (detailed)
|Which terrestrial ecosystem has the highest average net primary productivity?||tropical rain forests.,|
|Which freshwater ecosystem has the highest average net primary productivity?||swamps and marshes,|
How much of the net primary productivity of a terrestrial ecosystems?
From the level of primary producers onwards, only 10 % of energy is stored at the higher trophic level and 90 % is lost (as heat or in respiration etc. ).
|Question||How much of the net primary productivity of a terrestrial ecosystem is eaten and digested by herbivores?|
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