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Sci 10 i

science 10

climate patern of weather in a region over two years
climatograph a graph of climate data for a certain region
physiological adaption a chemical or physical event that takes place in the body of an organism to support its ability to survive.
structural adaptions physical parts or features of an organism that enable it to survive and reproduce
adaptions charactoristics that enable organisms to better survive
bio diversity something that is bilogicaly different
elevation the height of a land mass above sea level
terrestial land based
abiotic non living
behavioural adaptations things that an organism does(ways that it behaves) that help it survive
Biome is the largest division of the biospere
biotic living
commensalism one organism benefits and the other organism is neither helped nor harmed
community populations of different species that interact in a specific ecosystem form a community
competition organisms require the same resource (eg: food) in the same location at the same time.
ecological hierarchy biotic interactions are structured in an ecological hierarchy
ecosystem abiotic components such as oxygen, water, nutrients light and soil support the life functions of biotic comonents such as plants, animals and micro- organisms
habitat the place in which organisms live
mutalism both organisms benefit and sometimes neither species can survive without the other
niche special roles or niches in their ecosystem. an organisms niche includes the way in which it contributes to and fits into its enviroment
nutrients a substance that provides nourishment essential for growth and the maintenance of life
parasitism one species benefits and the other is harmed
photosynthesis when cells in a plant collect daylight and turn it into nutrients and energy
population all members of a species are referred to as a population
predation one organism eats all or part of another organism
species is a group of closely related organisms that can reproduce with one another
symbiosis refers to the interactions of teo different organisms that live in close association
producer plants are called producers because they produce food in the form of carbohydrates during photosynthesis
Created by: isacks