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food webs and cycles

groups of enviromental communities with similar climats and ecological systems biosphere
all the interbreeding members of one species within an ecosystem population
all liveing things within an ecosystem
the enviroment of an organizam found within an ecosystem natural
food, water ,shelter ,and space are 4 components
variation of liveing organisiums within an ecosystem
relationship of two organisams that live togeather in the same enviroment symbiosis
a symbiodic relationship in which both species benifit mutualism
a symbiodic relationship in whic only one species benifits and the other is unaffected commensalism
a symbiotic realationship in whic only one species benifits and the other is harmed parasitism
the role that an organism plays in the ecosystem what it eats were it lives how it acts how it protects itself niche
a complex biotic community charactorized by distencitive plant and animals species and maintained under the climatic conditions of the region biome
a way to rember biosphere,ecosystem,communety, population is. bobbey eats corn pops
it is how an organism fits into its enviroment
they are the main things that a species needs to live components
some examples of mutualism are cattle and storks
some examples of mutalism are flowers and bees
some examples of mutilasm are termites and wood
Created by: meg1997