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Science Vocabulary

Words for "Interactions of Living Things"

The scientific study of the relationships that living organisms have with each other Ecology
Two or more species in a certain area Community
Group of living and non-living things Ecosystem
Living part of the world(Earth) Biosphere
The sequence of who eats who Food Chain
Depicts feeding connections in an ecological community Food Web
A depiction of the amount of energy in each trophic level of an ecosystem Energy Pyramid
The entirety of environmental factors that tend to suit and allow an animal or plant species to survive Niche
Maximum number of a certain species that can thrive in an area Carrying Capacity
Long-term interaction between two or more different species Symbiosis
A relationship between two or more species that benefits all of them Mutualism
Relationship between two species where one lives in, on, or with where neither get damaged Commensalism
The relation between two different kinds of organisms in which one receives benefits from the other by causing damage to it Parasitism
An environmental factor that tends to limit population size Limiting Factor
Created by: camulkey