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Ecology Quiz 2

The Lorax/ Growth Curves/ Limiting Factors

natural resources the earth's natural material and processes that support other species and people
extirpation local extinction of species
limiting factors single factor that limits the growth, abundance or the population of species in an ecosystem
ecology the study of the interrelationships between organims and their environment
indigenous native to an area
S growth curve when the rate of population slows down as it reaches the carrying capacity
J growth curve =exponential growth when the population size increases at a constant rate
Natural resources Truffla Trees, grass, water
Once-ler CEO of business
Thneed products made from the natural resources
Lorax creature that speaks for the trees
carrying capacity the number of individuals an environment can support without significant negative impacts to the given organism and its environment
Created by: KM1000