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carrying capacity largest # of indiv. that an ecosystem can support over time
commensalism relationship one benifits other doesnt
community all of the population of all special living in an ecosystem
consumer eats other thinkg, can't make own food
ecology study of interactions that occur among organisms and their envoronments
ecosystem consists of all organisms living in an area
habitat place where organism lives
limiting factor anything that restricts # of indiv. living in a population.
mutualism relationship in which both specia benefit
niche organsim's role in the environment
parasitism relationship both species benefit
population made up of all organisms living in one area at the same time
producer makes own food
symbiosis close relationship btwn species
predator eats prey
prey gets eaten by predator
competition like... uhm, when two or more organisms seek the same resource at the same time and it limits population size
chemosynthesis production of energy rich molecules from chemicals
food web shows food relationships among organisms in community
food pyramid shows amount of energy available at each feeding leven in an ecosystem
food chain showing how matter and energy pass from one thing to another
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