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POPULATIONS & COMMUNITIES REVIEW
The nonliving things within the environment. ABIOTIC FACTORS
The living things within the environment. BIOTIC FACTORS
Level of organization below community; a group of these form a community. POPULATIONS
Can you name one of the characteristics/factors used to study a population? DENSITY SIZE SPACE
Can you name one of the characteristics/factors that determine an organism’s niche? DIET INTERACTION WITH OTHER ORGANISMS MEANS OF GETTING FOOD
During predation, what do you call the organism that does the hunting? PREDATOR
What do you call two species of organisms that live in the same community and compete over resources? COMPETITORS
Can you give one example of an abiotic factor? WATER SUNLIGHT OXYGEN (AIR) TEMPERATURE (WEATHER/CLIMATE) SOIL (LAND/TOPOGRAPHY)
The study of interactions that take place between organisms within their environment. ECOLOGY
A single individual from a population. ORGANISM
The biotic communities and the abiotic factors that affect them.. ECOSYSTEM
The contest among organisms to obtain the resources they need to survive and reproduce. COMPETITION
A symbiotic relationship that benefits both species. MUTUALISM
The physical location where an organism lives. HABITAT
Name for a species that is first to inhabit a new area primarily after a volcanic eruption. PIONEER
Type of ecological succession that begins in a place that does not have soil and has never supported living organisms. PRIMARY
In addition to sunlight and precipitation, what other abiotic factor affects plant growth? TEMPERATURE (WEATHER/CLIMATE)
Type of ecological succession that occurs in an area that has soil and was once the home of living organisms. SECONDARY
Any abiotic factor that restricts the number of individuals in a population. LIMITING FACTOR
The size of a population occupying an area of specific size. POPULATION DENSITY
The largest number of individuals an environment can support and maintain for a long period of time. CARRYING CAPACITY
The part of the Earth that supports living organisms; largest level of organization for life. BIOSPHERE
The feeding of one organism on another. PREDATION
The role of an organism in an ecosystem. NICHE
Type of relationship where one organism benefits and the other harms its host. PARASITISM
Any close relationship between two or more different species. SYMBIOSIS
A type of relationship where one partner benefits and the other is neither helped nor harmed. COMMENSALISM
Do you know the difference between abiotic and biotic factors? Can you give examples of each?
Do you know the difference between mutualism, parasitism, and predation? Can you give an example of each?
Can you compare/contrast primary and secondary succession?
It’s a new year... Resolve to study more and give nothing but your best! GOOD LUCK!!
Ecology & the Environment
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