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Ecosystem review

Biosphere the top portion of earths crust,all the waters that cover earths surface and the surrounding atmosphere
Ecosystem all the organisms living in an area and the non living features of their enviorment
Community amade up of different populations
populations organisms in an ecosystem that consist of the same species
habitat place where an organism is
niche specific rule in an ecosystem(how they survive)
producers this is the energy source that drives an ecosystem
consumers organisms that cannot make their own energy
Predators organisms that capture and eat other consumers
autotrophs organisms that use an outside energy source to make their own energy rich food
limiting factor this is anything that restricts the number of individuals in a population
Food chains a simple model of feeding relationships
Prey organisms that are being captured and eaten
omnivore this types of consumers eats both plants and animals
decomposers organisms are recyclers because they return nutrients to the soil fro other organisms to use
herbivores only eat producers
scavengers these organisms feed on the bodies of dead organisms
abiotic non-living
biotic living
what happens to other 90%?? used for life process or lost as heat in the enviorment
how they obtain food autotrophs or heterotrophs
Formula for glucose C6H12O6
primary succesion without soil
secondary succesion with soil
pioneer species dont need soil
Created by: 094297