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Ecosystems All the living AND nonliving parts of an environment, plus how they interact.
Terrestrial EcosystemsOn land. Examples: Forests, deserts, grasslands. N.C.’s main ecosystem: temperate deciduous forest.
Freshwater EcosystemsRivers, lakes, streams, wetlands. N.C. has many river ecosystems home to: Fish, otters, alligators, algae, plants, moss.
Marine Ecosystems Salty water; oceans.
Species Group of organisms that share characteristics and can breed with one another. Example: white-tailed deer.
Populations All the members of a species living in a certain area.Example: white-tailed deer in a forest.
Community All the populations of different species living in an area.Example: white-tailed deer, chipmunks, trees, fungi, insects living in a forest.
Competition Members of a population & community compete for what they need to survive: Water, space, sunlight, food.
Habitat The place where an organism lives.Example: a rotting log is a habitat for insects, worms, fungi.
Niche How an organism acts (the role it plays) in an ecosystem.
Biotic The LIVING factors in an ecosystem.Examples: all the plants, fungi, and animals in a forest.
Abiotic All the NONliving factors in an ecosystem.Examples: light, temperature, weather, soil, water.
Organisms and Where They Live
Biomes Biotic & Abiotic Factors Terrestrial Biomes Aquatic Biomes Biotic & Abiotic Factors Terrestrial Biomes Aquatic Biomes.
Ecosystems are made up of both living and nonliving things
ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT An Introduction. ECOLOGY The study of how organisms interact with one another and with their environment (surroundings).
Introduction to Ecology. Ecology The study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment.
Chapter 5 Lesson One: Interactions in an Ecosystem
Chapter 5, Lesson 1 Interactions in an Ecosystem
Ecology: Ecology: an introduction. The study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment.
Regents Biology Ecology & Levels of Organization.
Chapter 16 & 17 in your Holt Biology textbook
Living Things and the Environment
Ecology: Ecosystems Cornell Notes Page 147.
Ecology The study of how living things interact with their environment.
Ecology Module 2. Ecology The study of interactions between organisms and their environment Those who study ecology are ecologists.
Living Things and the Environment. ECOLOGYECOLOGYECOLOGYECOLOGY.
Ecosystems Essential Question: How do organisms interact with and respond to components of their environment?
Principles of Ecology Chapter 15 and 16.
Ecosystems Definition: an ecosystem is a complex, self-regulating system in which biotic and abiotic things interact with each other.
Ecology Ecology- the study of how organisms interact with each other and with their environment.
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