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1 Limiting Factors Integrated Science Guided Notes Powerpoint Slides Fill in the blanks as we discuss these notes during class

2 Changes in a ________________ size are determined by immigration, births, emigration, and deaths. Four factors affecting size –immigration –_________ –___________ –deaths The size of a population is always changing

3 Population growth is based on available ________ ________________growth is a rapid population increase due to an abundance of resources.

4 ____________________ is due to a population facing limited resources Logistic vs Exponential GrowthLogistic vs Exponential Growth Funny BunniesFunny Bunnies

5 Carrying capacity is the _____________number of individuals in a population that the environment can support.

6 Predator Prey Relationship The predators keep the prey population under control and the size of the population of prey _________ the amount of predators an ecosystem can support.

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8 Ecosystems Have Living and Nonliving Components Abiotic –Water –Air –Nutrients –Rocks –Heat –Solar energy –pH Biotic –Living (or once living) –Interactions Competition Predator – prey Symbiosis

9 Major Biotic and Abiotic Components of an Ecosystem

10 10 Predators –Use pursuit –Ambush –____________ –Chemical warfare (venom) Prey –Swift movement –Shell –Camouflage –_____________ Predation

11 11 PREDATION

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16 Span worm Bombardier beetle Viceroy butterfly mimics monarch butterfly Foul-tasting monarch butterfly Poison dart frog When touched, the snake caterpillar changes shape to look like the head of a snake Some ways prey species avoid their prey Wandering leaf insect Hind wings of moth resemble eyes of a much larger animal

17 17 Giant swallowtail butterfly larva (Papilio cresphontes). Hawkmoth caterpillarHawkmoth caterpillar.

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