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Location Topography Climate species
Located off the cost of Indonesia.
Tropical Humidity between 70-90%
http://www.talismancoins.com/catalog/C lownfish_in_Green_Anemone.jpg http://www.travel-images.com/pht/mal-u132.jpg http://blog.conservation.org /wp- content/uploads/2012/07/Pt eroidichthys-amboinensisRS- resized.jpg Scorpion fish Anemone and clownfish pufferfish
Pelican barracuda Clownfish scorpionfish plankton coral algae anemones
Live in shallow water Blend in with the coral around them Humans capturing them for there tanks is what is harming species the most
Commensalism and mutualism Clownfish and anemone
Parasitism Flatworms and rice coral
Coral mining Pollution Overfishing Blast fishing Digging of canals
How Do We Relate?. Relationships Many organisms have developed a close relationship with other organisms of different species. These close relationships.
Not all relationships are predator - prey. What is symbiosis? What are the different kinds of symbiosis? Examples SYMBIOSIS.
Symbiosis means a close relationship between two organisms of different species that benefits one or both of the organisms.
Mutualism, Parasitism, Commensalism. Mutualism Mutualism- interaction between two or more species where both species benefit from one another Example-
Ecological Relationships. Competition and Predation Competition – occurs when organisms of the same or different species attempt to use an ecological.
*Refer to Chapter 16 in your Textbook. Learning Goals: 1. I can describe interactions that occur in a community. 2. I can differentiate between the types.
Biotic Relationships: Community Interactions. Biotic Relationships 1.Competition 2.Predation 3.Symbiosis.
Ecology The relationship among organisms and their environment.
Coast of Australia The average of a coral reef is 68to82degreesfor the animals to live.
Coral Reef By: Arianna The Plants of the coral reef are plant plankton, called phytoplankton and algae.
Review: Levels of organization ORGANISM POPULATION COMMUNITY ECOSYSTEM BIOME BIOSPHERE.
Community Interactions. Community All the living organisms in an area at a certain time All the living organisms in an area at a certain time.
ECOLOGYEcologyEcologyEcologyECOLOGY. Ecology comes from the Greek words OIKOS (place where one lives) and LOGOS (study of). Then Ecology means to.
Relationships in the Ecosystem. What are the types of relationships? 1)Predator / Prey 2)Competition 3)Symbiosis A) commensalism B) mutualism C) parasitism.
Threats to Coral Reefs Natural and Human. Threats from Nature Unusually strong waves such as those from a hurricane Water temperature changes Dramatic.
Coral Reef Food Web. Organisms of the Coral Reef Coral (photosynthesis and eats phytoplankton) Phytoplankton (photosynthesis) Spiny blenny (eats phytoplankton)
PLANKTON Plankton is a drifting organism that lives in an aquatic Environment, including both fresh water and marine. They are the base of the food.
Types of Species Interactions. Competition Trees in the rainforest competing for light Desert plants competing for water.
Symbiosis. Populations that live in close physical contact with each other interact in a variety of ways.
Relationships Among Organisms Biology EOCT Review.
Interactions Between Organisms. Symbiosis Symbiosis occurs when two species live closely together in a relationship that lasts over time If you’ve.
Relationships & Interactions Among Organisms Chapter 1, Section 3: Environmental Science.
Coral Reef Ecology Objectives: 1.Describe symbiosis. 2.Describe fish feeding guilds, the relationship of various reef fish, and their food sources.
Symbiosis A relationship where two organisms (of different species) live together.
Lecture #2 Symbiosis Unit 8: Community Interactions.
Types of Interactions Section 3. Objectives Distinguish between the two types of competition Give examples of predators and prey Distinguish between.
Relationships in Nature: Symbiosis
Symbiotic Relationships Mutualism- benefits both organisms Commensalism- benefits one and the other is neither helped nor harmed Parasitism- benefits one.
By Myre Adnan and Darwin Garamszegi Coral Reefs. Biome Biomes are climatically and geographically defined as communities of animals, plants and soil organisms.
20.1: SPECIES INTERACTIONS (SYMBIOSIS). Symbiosis- close ecological relationship between two or more organisms of different species that live in direct.
Interrelationships Working together to remove the bad guy.
By Matt Francis and Justin Franklin. Biotic-plants(algae, seaweed), animals(fish crabs, coral, plankton) Abiotic- sand and water Climate-Warm ocean water.
Prof. David J. Bryde Claus Nesensohn Teaching with an innovative hands-on simulation in the built environment Teaching with an innovative hands-on simulation.
Interactions Among Organisms. What is Ecology? Ecology is the study of organisms and the living and non-living parts of their environment. Ecology is.
One landform in the tropics is the coral reef! The coral grows on exoskeletons of dead coral. There are different types of coral. One of types are Brain.
Ecological Interactions. ENGAGEMENT As you watch the youtube video, describe how the Rhino and Bird interact.
Coral Reef By Abi Davis. WHAT IS A COARL ? Coral Reef are underwater structures Coral is living structure compound Its made up by anemone Some parts are.
Symbiotic Relationships Species interactions. What is symbiosis? Long term partnership between members of different species.
Community Interactions Community: Many different species interacting in the same environment. Three types of interactions: – Competition – Predation.
Species Interactions. When organisms live together in a community, they interact constantly. These interactions help shape the ecosystem they live in.
Mutualism Both species benefit “+ +” relationship Examples – Ants protect aphids that provide them food – Clown fish / sea anemones.
OCEAN MADDIE DAVIS. The ocean is a big body of water. The ocean has many different types of fish The ocean is deep deep deep The ocean is soo pretty!
BY: RACHEL LEWIS AND MADALYN GATHRIGHT Ecosystems Comparison Project.
Symbiotic Relationships Symbiosis- Any relationship in which two species live closely together. 3 Types of symbiosis: 1. Mutualism 2. Commensalism 3.
Ecological Interactions Symbiosis is a close ecological relationship between the individuals of two (or more) different species that dwell together.
Community Interactions. Community interactions, such as competition, predation, and various forms of symbiosis, can powerfully affect an ecosystem.
MARINE ECOLOGY INTRODUCTION MODIFIED BY: MS. SHANNON.
Relationships in Nature BIO108. Symbiosis Living together A partnership Two different species Both partners benefit – mutual benefit.
Chapter 17 Section 1 How Organisms Interact in Communities.
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