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Chapter 5 Lesson One: Interactions in an Ecosystem
Ecosystem All the living and nonliving things in an environment, including their interactions with each other
Abiotic Factor A nonliving part of an ecosystemExamples: water, minerals, sunlight, air, climate, and soil
Biotic Factors A living part of an ecosystemExamples: animals, plants, fungi, protists, and bacteria
All the members of one species in an areaPopulation All the members of one species in an area
Community All the living things in an ecosystem(All the populations together)
The study of how living and nonliving things interactEcology The study of how living and nonliving things interact
The place where a plant or animal naturally lives and growsHabitat The place where a plant or animal naturally lives and grows
The role of an organism in a communityNiche The role of an organism in a community
Living Things are made up of 50 to 95 percent water.
Producers Definition: They produce oxygen and food that animals needExamples: Plants and algae Definition: They produce oxygen and food that animals need
Consumers Example: AnimalsDefinition: They eat algae, plants, or animals.
Decomposers Examples: Fungi and bacteriaDefinition: They breakdown dead plants and animals into useful things like minerals that enrich soil.
Niche Factors: a. What a species eats b. What eats a speciesc. The environment the species lives in d. Are they active during the day or at night
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