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Biology: Chapter 181

Chapter 18.1 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Ecology the study of the interactions between organisms and the living and nonliving components of their environment
Interdependence how all organisms interact with other organisms in their surroundings and with the nonliving portion of their environment
Ecological Model how ecologists deal with the complexity of ecology; describes components of ecological system; may be physical, conceptual, mathematical
Biosphere the broadest, most inclusive level of organization
Ecosystem includes all the organisms and nonliving environment found in one place; part of biosphere
Community all interacting organisms living in an area; makes up ecosystem
Population includes all members of a species living in one place at one time; part of community
Created by: truongm19