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Biological and geological evolution have acted together toproducethe blogeographicalregions andsubregions seen today. E S S A YQ U E S T I O N S 1 Describethecharacteristicanimalsin Wallace’s biogeographical regions. 2 Describethechiefbotanicalregionsof the world. (b)Anumerlcalclassificatlon distributlons showlng four maln reglons and ren subregions. Source: After C. H. Smith (1983) of mammal 12 W H A T IS BIOGEOGRAPHY? Table I . I Biogeographical regions and subregions,as defined by Alfred Russel Wallace Region Palaeogaea (Old World) Palaearctic Ethiopian Oriental Australian Subregion North Europe Mediterranean Siberia Manchuria (or Japan) East Africa West Africa South Africa Madagascar Hindustan (or central India) Ceylon (Sri Lanka) Indochina (or Himalayas) Austro-Ma IndoMalara aya Australia Polynesia New Zealand Neogaea (New World) Neotropical Chile Brazil Mexico Antilles Nearctic California Rocky Mountains Alleghenies Canada Source: After Wallace (1 876) F U R T H E R READING COX,C.
Liebig noticed that the growth of a field crop is limited by whichever nutrient happens to be in short supply. A field of wheat may have ample phosphorus to yield well, but if another nutrient, say nitrogen, should be lacking, then the yield will be reduced. No matter how muchextra phosphorus I S applied in fertilizer, the lack of nitrogen will limlt wheatyield. Only by makinggood thenitrogenshortagecould yields be improved. 2). Stenoecious species have a widetolerance;euryoecious species have anarrow tolerance.
Seasonaltropical zone. Thls zoneextendsfrom roughly 25" to 30" North and South. Heavy rain in the warmer summer period alternates with extreme drought in the cooler winter perlod. The annual rainfall andthedroughtperlod Increase with distance from the equator. The vegetatlon is tropical grassland or savannah. Humid subtropical zone. Thls zone has almost 11o cold winter season, and short wet summers. It the warm temperate climate In Walter's zonoblome classlfication. Vegetation is subtroplcd broad-leaved evergreen forest.