Essay on Environmental Study

2263 Words Dec 1st, 2014 10 Pages
INTRODUCTION

Our ecosystem shows interaction between different organisms. Every living organism has a vital role in functioning of ecosystem. Three most common participants in the ecosystem are Plants, Insects and Birds. The common birds that are found in my locality are cuckoo, common house sparrow, parrot, eagle, owl and blue rock pigeon. The common plants that are found in our area are tamarind, gulmohar, papaya, tulsi, neem, banyan, and banana. The common insects that are found are earthworms, caterpillars, butterflies, housefly, dragon flies, ants, cockroach, mosquitoes, grasshopper, ladybug, honeybee and spiders.

Grass is eaten by insects which are in turn eaten by birds. This represents a food chain. Plants provide a home for
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You just need a stalk of money plant and put it in water or soil. This is an indoor plant. It needs lots of moisture and almost no sunlight.

HIBISCUS PLANT

Hibiscus plants are very common in India and they too have religious significance in Hinduism. Saplings are widely available and the plant is easy to grow. This plant needs lots of sunshine and water twice a day. So it needs to be pruned often to keep it in a flowering condition.
BOUGAINVILLEA

Bougainvillea is a climber plant. It grows like a bush on top of walls and gates. This flowering shrub does not need too much water or care. It grows at a breakneck speed and can soon turn wild. So it needs to be pruned very often.

INSECTS

Insects are a class of invertebrates that have a three-part body (head, thorax and abdomen), three pairs of jointed legs, compound eyes and one pair of antennae. They are among the most diverse groups of animals on the planet. Insects may be found in nearly all environments. The life cycles of insects vary but most insects hatch from eggs. Adult insects typically move about by walking, flying, or sometimes swimming.
Importance of Insects

Without insects, our lives would be vastly different. Insects pollinate many of our fruits, flowers, and vegetables. Insects are very important as primary or secondary decomposers. Without insects to help break down and dispose of wastes, dead animals and plants would accumulate in our

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