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food and web

groups of environmental communities with similar climates and ecological system biosphere
ecosystem-ecological system of living things (biotic factors)and nonliving things (abiotic factors)
a complex biotic community characterized by distinctive plants and animals species and maitained under the climate conditions of the reigon biome
communities all the living things within an ecosystem
all the interbreeding members of one species within an habitat population
environment of an organism found within an ecosystem habitat-the natural
4 components food,water,shelter,and space
the role that an organism plays in ecosystem whatit eats where it lives what it does how it acts how it protects itself is niche
how it acts denfends itself is to protect
what it does to fit in its place its place is ecosystem
relationship of 2 organisms that live together in the same environment is symbiosis
a symiosis relationship in which one species benfits and the other is unfaffected commensalism
a symbiosis relationship in which both species benfit mutualism
a synbiosis relationship in which one species benefits and the other is harmed paraitism
squirrel and oak are commensalism
hermit crab and snail shell are commensalism
starlings and cattle are commensalism
cattle egrets and cows are mutualism
bees and flower are mutualism
lice and humans are parsitism
Created by: gracequinnn