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Unit C Chapter 1

Chapter 1 vocabulary

An organisms surroundings in which it lives environment
Living parts of the environment biotic
Nonliving parts of the environment abiotic
The part of an environment in which an organism lives habitat
Organisms of the same species living together in the same environment population
Populations living in the same environment at the same time community
A community and the abiotic parts of its environment ecosystems
The role of an organism in the ecosystem niche
The movement of water through Earth's ecosystem water cycle
The changing of of water from liquid to a vapor evaporation
The changing of water vapor to a liquid condensation
The return of water to the earths surface precipitation
The way that plants return water to the air transpiration
Precipitation that sinks into the ground groundwater
The flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide through Earth's ecosystem carbon dioxide- oxygen cycle
The movement of nitrogen through the ecosystem nitrogen cycle
Resources that can be used again and again reuseable resources
Resources that cannot be replaced within a humans life nonrenewable resources
The saving natural resources conservation
Resources that can be replaced in a human lifetime renewable resource
Created by: ssenior