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Intro to Ecosystems

basic ecosystem terms

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Abiotic The non-living things in an ecosystem, such as air, water, soil, temperature, sun, wind, and fire.
Biotic The living things in an ecosystem, such as animals, plants, and bacteria.
Ecosystems All of the living and non-living things interacting with each other in the same area.
Ecology The study of how living things and their environment interact.
Population All the members of one species in an ecosystem.
Niche An organisms role or "job" in an ecosystem.
Habitat Where an organism lives.
Community All the populations living together in the same area.
Ecosystem Pyramid Organism-Population-Community-Ecosystem-Biosphere
Organism An individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form.
Created by: whitehurstki