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ecology

TermDefinition
give an example of a predator/ prey relationship predator>hawk prey>snake
the number of organisms that a region can support carrying capacity
process where organisms better adapted to their environment survive and produce more offspring natural selection
the organism that is harmed in a parasitic relationship (person who has lice) host
relationship where one organism is helped and the other is not effected (helped or harmed) commensalism
organism that makes their own food (automatically) autotroph
organism that benefits in a parasitic relationship (ex:lice) parasite
plankton consisting of microscopic plants phytoplankton
relationship where both organisms benefit mutualism
plankton consisting of small animals zooplankton
a relationship where one organism is hurt (host) and the other organism benefits parasitism
organism that depends on others for food. heterotroph
a relationship in which 2 organisms live in close relationship with each other symbiosis
give an example of a mutualistic relationship clownfish sea anenome
give an example of a communalitic relationship baranacles,whale
give an example of a parasite/host relationship parasite/tick>dog/host
Created by: bellabaloo