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ecosystems test pg 130

ecosystems all the living and nonliving things in an area; any place where living things are found
population a group of organisms of one species that live in an area at the same time
community all the populations in an area all the members of an community depend on each other to fill needs such as :food,shelter,and reproduction
biotic living
abiotic non-living
non-living factors determine what kind of living things are in large the ecosystem
biome a large ecosystem with generally the same climate and organisms
niche the role/job of an organism in an ecosystem
habitat the place an organism lives
in every ecosystem organisms compete
they compete for space,water,light,food,mates
if an organism can't compete it will die
symbiosis relationships between species
commensalism organisms live together and both benefit but, they don't rely on each other
mutualism relationships where both benifit
parasitism one organism benefits and other is harmed
Created by: lil science