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Biotic Factors: The living parts of an ecosystem.
Abiotic Factors: Non-living parts of an ecosystem.
Biosphere: -From the bottom of the ocean to 10 miles of atmosphere.
Examples of Ecosystems
Read the front and back page on the board titled “The Biosphere.”Write the following sentences in your notes section and fill in the blanks with these words: population, biome, niche.
Read the front and back page on the board titled “The Biosphere.” Think about the differences between a biome, ecosystem, habitat and niche.
Carnivore A living organism that only eats meat. Herbivore A living organism that eats only plants. Omnivore A living organism that eats both plants and animals.
Functional Adaptation Allows the organism to adjust its body systems or functions to different environments.
Behavioral Adaptation Helps an animal find food, protect itself or its young, or build homes.
Ecology Introductory Terms. Ecosystem Biotic Factors Abiotic Factors Interacting Energy.
Ecosystem Notes Organism: a living thing Individual: one single organism Population: all the individuals of one kind (one species) in a specified area.
BIO 1300 ECOLOGY AND ENERGY FLOW Chapter 15 part 1 ECOSYSTEM ORGANIZATION AND ENERGY FLOW.
ECOLOGY VOCAB. all the food chains that exist in a community. Food web.
Pick An Ecosystem Go to google images and find a food web from the ecosystem you have chosen Copy and paste a food web from your ecosystem.
Levels of Organization for Living Organisms. Section 2.1 Summary – pages In Biology we study the portion of Earth that supports life, called the.
Food Webs Within Ecosystems Marine, Freshwater, and Terrestrial FOOD WEBS.
Ecology Monday March 27, Website to help you study biology term
What makes something alive? It is made up of at least one cell It uses homeostasis to maintain a balance in its body (temperature, heart beat/pressure)
Decomposers are organisms that eat dead or decaying organisms. They carry out the natural process of decomposition. Fungi is the primary and most common.
Ecology Ecology is the study of interactions between living things and their environment Remember that Ecosystems have both living and nonliving factors:
Ecology Vocabulary Game Ecology : Study of living things Study of living things Study of living things The bottom of the ocean The bottom of the.
Living Things. Food Chain Shows how energy from organisms passes from one organism to another Shaped like a chain.
Ecology The study of the interaction of living things with their environment.
Energy Flows Through Ecosystems Sun: Makes all energy on Earth. Producers: Make their own food. Consumers: Get their food by eating other organisms. Decomposers:
How are species on our planet connected?. Layers of our Planet Geosphere: solid part of earth that consists of soil, rock and sediments. Geosphere: solid.
What is ecology?. The study of how organisms interact with each other and how they interact with their environment.
ECOSYSTEMS: VOCABULARY SOL 4.5. Behavioral Adaptation Changes an animal makes to how it behaves or acts that help it meet a life need Example = migration.
Ecology. Ecology - the study of interactions among organisms and between the organisms and their environment. These interactions occur in the biosphere.
Energy Flow in the Ecosystem. Food chain – shows which organisms each which in an ecosystem.
PTT 02SEP Create a food web with the following:
Ecology Terms Review. A carnivore that feeds on the bodies of dead organisms.
Mrs. Schultz. What is a Food Chain? A series of events in which one organism eats another to obtain energy!
Biosphere Alissa Buford & Rahil Alhumaidi October/10/2013 B-2.
1. All the living and non-living things interacting is an ____________________. 2. The non-living parts of an ecosystem are ________ factors. 3. The living.
Ecology. ECOLOGY - the study of interactions among organisms with each other and with environment.
Chapters 1 and 2 1 ZAP!
Chapter 18 Interactions of Living Things The study of the interactions between organisms and their environment Click for Term.
POD Week of 8/20-8/24 _____________ is the process by which organisms keep their internal conditions relatively stable. _____________ is the process by.
Organism. An individual animal, plant, or single- celled life form.
Iram Nandolia Sunesara 1 st Science. An ecosystem for many animals.
Lesson 6. Producer Living things that make their own food.
Energy flow in Ecosystems
Ecosystem PowerPoint Ecosystem PowerPoint By: Joshua Gicana Period 5 Science Mr. Sunesara.
A producer is an organism that gets its energy from the sun. Example: sunflower plant.
Food Web & Food Chains Quiz 1. an animal that eats only other animals A. consumer B. herbivore C. carnivore D. omnivore.
Ecology- study of interactions among organisms and their environment. Ecosystem- all the organisms living together with their environment BIOTIC FACTORS-
Ecology Unit Energy GO Notes.
Ecosystem PowerPoint By: Josselin Benitez Period 4 Science Mr. Sunesara.
Ecology. Ecology is the study of the interactions among organisms and their environment.
Processes in an Ecosystem PROCESSES in an ECOSYSTEM Food chains and food webs
Interactions of Living Things
Welcome to Class Where does most of our energy come from?
Topic 6 vocab Quiz. 1. number of different types of organisms in an area Carrying capacity Decomposer Ecological niche Ecological succession Ecology Ecosystem.
Introduction to Ecology (Ch. 3) Why should I learn about Ecology? 1.
Ecology. WHAT IS ECOLOGY? Ecology- the scientific study of interactions between organisms and their environments, focusing on energy transfer Ecology.
What is Ecology?. Organisms and Their Environment.
Interactions of Living Things May Living or Not Living? Biotic – any living thing in an ecosystem –Examples: (list our class examples) Abiotic –
What’s What Who’s Who Abiotic Elements Niche & Energy Transfer CyclesHodge- Podge
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