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Environ Chp 1 S 1&2

Chapter 1 Vocab for sections 1 &2

all the living and non-living things in an area ecosystem
the number of individuals in a specific area population density
the place where an organism lives and that provides the things it needs habitat
an approximation of number based on reasonble assumptions estimate
a living part of an ecosystem biotic factor
leaving a population emigration
a non-living parts of an ecosystem abiotic factor
the number of births in a population in a certain amount of time birth rate
moving into a population immigration
a group of organisms that are similar and reproduce to produce fertile offspring species
an environmental factor that prevents a population from increasing limiting factor
the number of deaths in a certain amount of time death rate
all the members of of one species in a particular area population
the largest population that an area can support carrying capacity
all the different populations that live together in an area community
the study of how living things interact in an area ecology
Created by: gdustin