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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.
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.
Ecology By Ashley Olsen. What is ecology? Ecology is Ecology is the study of the relationship between the environment and living organism Their interactions.
ECOLOGY The study of interactions of organisms and their environment.
Food Chains and Food Webs Energy Flow in Nature. Energy Roles An organisms energy role in an ecosystem may be that of a producer, consumer, or decomposer.
Ecology. Ecology Ecology is the study of interactions between different kinds of living things and their environment. Ecology is the study of interactions.
An ecosystem is a complete community of biotic and its abiotic environment. An ecosystem can be as large as the Sahara Desert or as small as a puddle.
Interactions within Communities Chapter 24, Section 3.
THIS IS With Host... Your Ecology Levels of Organization Misc. Macro- molecules Trophic Levels.
Ecology. Ecology is the study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with their physical environment (soil, water, climate…) ECO.
Energy Flow in Ecosystems 3.4. Energy Flow When an animal eats a plant, energy is transferred from plant to animal The same thing happens when an animal.
Ecology Video What's biology got to do with it?. Chapter 2 Section 1 Vocabulary 1.Ecology- the study of interactions of living organisms with one another.
EcologyEcology: the study of interactions that take place between organisms and their environment Ecology.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Chapter Presentation TransparenciesStandardized Test Prep Visual.
Energy Transfer in Ecosystem Vocabulary Trophic = nutrition –Autotrophs –Heterotrophs.
Interactions of Living Things Guided Notes Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy.
Life Science Ecology & the Environment. Ecology Study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment.
Ecology Jeopardy Jeopardy Quiz Review Game. Biotic or Abiotic? What am I?What goes around comes around Webs, chains, pyramids, & relationships Ecological.
The Abiotic and Biotic Environment EQ: How can we classify the levels of ecological organization?
Energy in Ecosystems Food Chains, Food Webs and Energy Pyramids Courtesy:
Ecology Study of interactions between organisms and their environments.
2.1 – Energy Flow in Ecosystems. Energy flow in ecosystems Biomass is the total mass of all living things in a given area. – Biomass can also refer to.
Adaptation. A special trait that helps an organism survive.
Adaptation. Amphibian A special trait that helps an organism survive.
Ch 36 Energy in Ecosystems Ch 36 Energy in Ecosystems 36.1 Food Chains & Food Webs.
Fins Fish body parts used by fish for motion Decomposer Bacteria that breaks down dead organisms Carnivore Meat Eater.
Students will examine the dependence of organisms on one another and their environments.
Ecology Review Questions Multiple Choice The natural world that surrounds an organism is called the organisms: a. energy b. environment c. lodgings d.
In order to live animals need energy. Some animals get the energy they need to live from eating plants and other vegetation. Some animals get their energy.
Principles of Ecology Chapter 2.1 Biotic & Abiotic Factors Biotic = Living organisms Abiotic = Nonliving Soil,Air,Water Substrate.
Ecology The study of interactions that take place between organisms and their environment.
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