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Principles of Ecology Chapter 2.1
Biotic & Abiotic Factors Biotic = Living organisms Abiotic = Nonliving Soil,Air,Water Substrate
Population: Number of Individuals Same Species In an area or place
Community All the Plants & Animals In a given area ? Community of Del Mar
Forest Community …………..
Ecosystem: Both biotic and abiotic factors in a large area :
Habitat = Place Niche = Role Producer, Consumer or Decomposer Adaptations
Do not overlap Competition eventually is harmful Specialized adaptation wins out
Organism Interrelationships: Beneficial Symbiosis= Living together Commensalism= Only one benefits Mutualism= Both benefit Harmful: Parasitism= One benefits & Host slowly harmed
Tape worm Parasite: You are harmed because it lives off your intestinal fluids Segments break off to form a new worm!
Fungi = carbon dioxide moisture Algae = food Oxygen MUTUAL SYMBIOSIS
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