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- 1From:The Gale Encyclopedia of Science (Vol. 1. 6th ed.)A biome is a major, geographically extensive (but usually defined) ecosystem, mainly characterized by its dominant life-form (or structural characteristics of the dominant organisms). Terrestrial biomes are usually...
- 2From:The Gale Encyclopedia of Science (Vol. 5. 6th ed.)Converted from the velodrome used for the 1976 Olympics, the Montreal Biodome is a biological preserve, educational resource, and research laboratory. The biodome recreates distinctive environmental conditions and...
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