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EcologyVocab

Physical Science SOL Review

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STARTS WITH ROCK PRIMARY SUCCESSION
STARTS WITH SOIL SECONDARY SUCCESSION
BUILD UP OF NUTRIENTS THAT CAUSES EXCESS OF ALGAE AND DEPLETES OXYGEN EUTROPHICATION
LIVING THINGS IN AN ENVIRONMENT BIOTIC
NONLIVING THINGS IN AN ENVIRONMENT ABIOTIC
ONE MEMBER OF THE SPECIES ORGANISM
A GROUP OF THE SAME SPECIES POPULATION
A GROUP OF POPULATIONS COMMUNITY
A GROUP OF COMMUNITES AND THE NONLIVING FACTORS ECOSYSTEM
PLANT RESPONDS TO LIGHT PHOTOTROPISM
WHEN AN ANIMAL LOWER THEIR METABOLISM HIBERNATION
WHEN PLANTS LOWER THEIR METABOLISM DORMANCY
ORGANISMS THAT CAN MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD PRODUCER/AUTOTROPHS
ORGANISMS THAT CAN NOT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD CONSUMER/HETEROTROPHS
CONSUMERS THAT EAT MEAT AND PLANTS OMNIVORES
CONSUMERS THAT EAT MEAT ONLY CARNIVORES
CONSUMERS THAT EAT PLANTS ONLY HERBIVORES
A SERIES OF CONNECTED FOOD CHAINS FOOD WEB
A SERIES OF EVENTS THAT SHOW FEEDING RELATIONSHIPS FOOD CHAIN
A SERIES OF PREDICTABLE CHANGES OVER TIME SUCCESSION
A DIAGRAM THAT SHOWS THE AMOUNT OF ENERGY THAT MOVE FROM ONE FEEDING(TROPHIC) LEVEL TO ANOTHER ENERGY PYRAMID
A GROUP OF ECOSYSTEMS WITH SIMILAR CLIMATES BIOME
Created by: ddbazemore