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biosphere where the life is on earth
carrying capacity the ammount of organisms a habitat can hold
commensalism living on or in or with another organism and does not hurt either
community all the populations in an ecosystem
consumer organism that feeds on plants or other organisms
ecology study of organisms with other organisms
ecosystem a system formed by the actions of other organisms
habitat where the organism lives including shelter, food
limiting factor something that limits the population size
mutualism relationship between species in witch both organisms benifit.
niche the position or function an organism has in its community.
parasitism A symbiotic relationship in which one organism is hurt and the other one benifits.
population all the organisms in a habitat that is to small to be a community.
producer usualy a plant that creates energy by producing photosynthesis
symbiosis a relationship between two organisms or species
predator an organism that lives by preying on other organisms
prey an animal that is hunted and or seized for food
competition when an organism has to fight and or protect something to be able to survive
chemosynthesis chemical reactions causing the energy source
food web the organisms symbiotic relationships about eating
energy pyramid the amount of energy a certain level of an ecosystem gets
food chain organisms with the same and or related feeding habits
Created by: mwalters