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Stack #197055

biosphere part of Earth that supports life
ecosystem all the living organisms that live in an area and the nonliving features of their environment
ecology study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment
population all the organisms that belong to the same species living in a community
community all the populations of different species that live in an ecosystem
habitat place where organisms live and that provides the types of shelter, moisture, food, and temperature for survival
carrying capacity largest number of individuals of a particular species that an ecosystem can hold over time
limiting factors anything that can restrict the size of a population, including living and non-living features of an ecosystem, such as preditors or drought
population density the number of organisms per square unit
competition when two or more organisms want the same thing and both do something to get it
biotic potential the capacity of a population of organisms to increase in numbers under optimum environmental changes
exponential growth developement at a rapid pace
food chain a type of relationship between animals that says what the animals eat
preditor what eats the pray
prey what gets eaten by the preditor
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