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8 Sci Ecosystems

8th Grade Science Ecosystems

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ECOSYSTEMS ORGANISMS INTERACTING WITH ONE ANOTHER AND THEIR PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT.
ABIOTIC NON-LIVING PHYSICAL FEATURES OF AN ENVIRONMENT
BIOTIC LIVING OR ONCE LIVING FEATURES OF AN ENVIRONMENT
POPULATION GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS OF THE SAME SPECIES LIVING IN THE SAME AREA.
COMMUNITY GROUP OF POPULATIONS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES LIVING IN THE SAME AREA.
HABITAT PARTICULAR PLACE IN WHICH PARTICULAR ORGANISMS LIVE THAT PROVIDES FOOD, WATER, AND SHELTER.
NICHE UNIQUE ROLE AN ORGANISM PLAYS IN ITS ENVIRONMENT
SYMBIOSIS WHEN TWO SPECIES LIVE AND INTERACT TOGETHER.
PIONEER SPECIES FIRST POPULATION OF ORGANISMS TO MOVE INTO A NEW ENVIRONMENT.
CLIMAX COMMUNITY FINAL STAGE OF ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION WHEN AN AREA MAINTAINS STABILITY AND BALANCE
HERBIVORE PLANT EATERS.
OMNIVORE PLANT AND ANIMAL EATERS.
CARNIVORE ANIMAL EATERS.
DECOMPOSERS BREAK DOWN DEAD ORGANISMS.
DETRITIVORES CONSUME DEAD AND DECAYING MATTER AND EXCRETE THEM INTO THE SOIL AS CARBON
INTERDEPENDENCE MUTUAL DEPENDENCE OF ORGANISMS
HIBERNATION WHEN BODY TEMPERATURES DROP AND BODY PROCESSES ARE REDUCED TO A MINIMUM
ESTIVATION INACTIVE TIME OF BURROWING IN THE MUD
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