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Quiz 8 ecosystems

Describe the relationships among the following terms: organism, population, community, ecosystem, biosphere
Identify some biotic factors in the Florida Everglades; identify some abiotic factors in the Florida Everglades. Biotic- Grass, trees,animals. abitotic- water
Explain what biodiversity is, and give an example of a biome that has high biodiversity. Biodiversity is the variability among living organisms from all sources. It's essentially everywhere
What are synonyms for the terms “autotroph” and “heterotroph”? Autotroph is a comsumer and heterotroph is the producer.
How do we depict the way that energy flows through an ecosystem? We see it as a food chain or web. The sun provides energy to plants, and the plant provides energy to an herbivore, and then the carnivores get energy from the herbivores.
Created by: SamiG