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This is the source of all energy in an ecosystem
This is the name given to all the living parts of the environment
Water, temperature, and air are this type of factors
This is the name given to organisms that make their own food, from solar energy
What is another name for a consumer?
This is the type of relationship between a flea and a dog
Bacteria in the stomachs of cows help cows digest their food. We describe this as this type of relationship…
This word is used to describe how organisms interact with one another we define it as “living together”
An orchid can use a tree trunk to receive extra nutrients, it does not hurt the tree by growing on it…this is an example of:
A lion may hunt a zebra. They belong to different trophic levels. Name what type of consumer the lion and zebra would be?
Lion= secondary consumer Zebra= Primary consumer
What do the arrows represent in a food chain Grass Rabbit Fox
This is the name given to organisms that eat both animal and plant material
Omnivores (Tertiary Consumers)
Animals that eat plants only are called
Herbivores (Primary consumers)
Organisms that include bacteria and fungi are called:
How many herbivores are in the food web above?
Three: Grasshopper, squirrel and rabbit
This is what we call anything that takes up space
Give an example of types of matter that get recycled in the environment
At In an energy pyramid, organisms at the top only get a certain amount of energy, because most energy is lost as heat and waste material. What do we call this rule?
10 % Rule
What happens to all the matter that exists on earth?
It gets recycled
What process shown above, decreases the amount of carbon dioxide in the air?
As a predator population increases, what happens to the prey population?
What do we call this type of growth?
What is another name for carrying capacity ?
Space, births, mates, food are considered this type of factors….
What does the dashed line represent?
Carrying capacity (K)
Ecology & the Environment
Ecology. Ecology Organisms maintain a dynamic equilibrium that sustains life. Organisms maintain a dynamic equilibrium that sustains life. Compare the.
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Objectives: Understand the elements that make up ecosystems and significance Make thorough observations of the elements of an ecosystem Make contributions.
ECOLOGY AND ECOSYSTEMS Ecosystem Includes abiotic and biotic factors Biomes are examples Community Includes all the LIVING things Population All of one.
Ecology Quiz Review.
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Movement of Energy Through an Ecosystem: Producers and Consumers PRODUCERS (autotrophs) –plants, bacteria and algae are the first to capture the energy.
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EQ: How do Energy and Matter Move In an Ecosystem?
Eco-friendly A special relationship Web Browser What’s.
Ecology The study of the interaction of living things with their environment.
ECOLOGY The Study of the Interaction of organisms with their environment.
Ecology: The study of Interactions among Organisms and its environment including: Abiotic factors are nonliving factors such as temp. soil, air, rocks.
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