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TermDefinition
producer organisms that make their own food
omnivore consumer that eats both plants and animals
herbivore consumer that eats only producers
carnivore consumer that eats only other consumers
detritivore
symbiosis
commensalism relationship where one species benefits and the other is neither harmed nor helped
mutualism relationship where both species benefit
parasitism relationship between a parasite and its host
predation the act of killing and eating another organism
species group of organisms that are able to reproduce together and resemble each other in appearance,behavior, & internal structure
population group of individuals of the same species living in a particular place
communities a group of interacting population of different species in a particular place
ecosystem a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment
biosphere layer around the earth
biotic all living organisms
secondary succession
pioneer species
abiotic nonliving parts of an ecosystem
primary succession succession that occurs in areas where no ecosystem existed
trophic level step in the transfer of energy
limiting factors limits growth or development
food chain energy from one organism to the next
food web all of the feeding relationships in an ecosystem
carrying capacity maximum number of individuals an environment can support
consumption crisis natural resources are being used up
emigration exiting the state
immigration coming into the state
biotic potential rate at which a population would grow
agriculture revolution change from hunting and gathering to a agriculture society
coal a combustable black or dark brown rock
hydroelectricity electricity produced by water
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