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1 Circle Map 1/20/15 NB p. 57 Organisms & their Environment What I Know… How I Know…

2 Unit 6 Objectives NB p. 58

3 Ecosystems Q 3 & B 1/21/15 & 1/22/15 Q 3: (Write the question & the answer on p. 59) What is an ecosystem? (think about the word parts) B: -Glue the Unit 6 Objectives onto p. 58 of your notebook. -Draw an illustration of what an ecosystem looks like below your Q3 on this page. -Complete the Circle Map on p. 57 when your done. NB p. 59

4 Ecosystems Q 3 & B 1/21/15 & 1/22/15 Q 3: What is an ecosystem? A biological community of interacting organisms & their physical environment. Biotic & abiotic factors interacting together. B: NB p. 59 *Your illustration should include biotic and abiotic factors interacting together.

5 Levels of Organization in an Ecosystem Notes NB p. 60 Level of OrganizationDefinitionIllustration Organism (Species)One organism or species. (Draw an illustration of ANY biotic factor) Population A group of more than one organism or species. (Draw an illustration of 2 or more of the organism you drew above) Community All the populations in a specific area. A great community usually has biodiversity. (Draw an illustration of 2 or more types of populations) Ecosystem All of the abiotic and biotic factors interacting in an environment. (Draw an illustration of all abiotic & biotic factors)

6 Levels of Organization in an Ecosystem Illustration Example NB p. 60

7 Levels of Organization in an Ecosystem Q 3 & B 1/23/15 Q 3: (Write the question & the answer on p. 61) Give an example of a living thing (biotic) interacting with a non-living thing (abiotic). B: Match the phrases below to complete the Ecology analogies. campus environment,teacher subject taught and last name, all science teachers on campus, all people on campus ___________ represents Species (Organism) ___________ represents Population ___________ represents Community ___________ represents Ecosystem NB p. 61

8 Q 3: Give an example of a living thing (biotic) interacting with a non-living thing (abiotic). B: Match the phrases below to complete the Ecology analogies. teacher subject taught and last name represents Species (Organism) all science teachers on campus represents Population all people on campus represents Community campus environment represents Ecosystem NB p. 61 Fish swimming in water; Pig rolling in mud; Plant’s roots growing in soil Levels of Organization in an Ecosystem Q 3 & B 1/23/15

9 Q 3: (Write the question & the answer on p. 62) What do the following word parts mean? Bio= ___________ Diversity=____________ B: Create your own analogies representing the levels of organization in an Ecosystem (organism, population, community, ecosytem, biome). NB p. 62 Biodiversity Q 3 & B 1/26/15

10 Q 3: (Write the question & the answer on p. 62) What do the following word parts mean? Bio= ___________ Diversity=____________ B: Create your own analogies representing the levels of organization in an Ecosystem (organism, population, community, ecosytem, biome). NB p. 62 Biodiversity Q 3 & B 1/26/15 Life Variety or Difference

11 Q 3: (Write the question & the answer on p. 63) What is sustainability? B: Create a public service poster illustrating and describing the effects of non-native invasive species on our ecosystem. You can use zebra mussels in a local lake as an example. Include detailed information on the causes and effects of invasive species and how to prevent further spread. Be creative! An example of what a public service poster is on the next slide… NB p. 63 Sustainability Q 3 & B 2/2/15

12 Q 3: (Write the question & the answer on p. 63) What is sustainability? The ability to tolerate. In Ecology, the word describes how biological systems remain diverse, productive, and balanced over time. B: Create a public service poster illustrating and describing the effects of non-native invasive species on our ecosystem. You can use zebra mussels in a local lake as an example. Include detailed information on the causes and effects of invasive species and how to prevent further spread. Be creative! An example of what a public service poster is on the next slide… NB p. 63 Sustainability Q 3 & B 2/2/15

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