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Factors Biome Niche

This reviews abiotic, biotic, biomes, niche, and levels

What is an abiotic factor? A nonliving thing found in nature
What is a biotic factor? A living thing
What is an example of an abiotic factor? Water
What is an example of a biotic factor? Jellyfish
Which biome is the coldest with permafrost? Tundra
Which biome is known for coniferous trees? Taiga
Which biome can be cold or hot but is always dry? Desert
Which biome is between deserts and forests? Grassland
Which biome do we live in? Temperate Forest
Which biome is the wettest land biome? Tropical Forest
Which biome includes lakes, rivers, streams, and ponds? Freshwater
Which biome is made of salt water? Marine
What is another word for niche? Job
What is the niche of a blackberry bush? To feed animals
What is the niche of a shark? To eat other fish
What is an species? An organism that is similar and can reproduce
What is a population? A group of organisms of the same species
What is a habitat? A location where an organism lives
What is a community? A group of populations living together
What is an ecosystem made of? Living and nonliving
What is symbiosis? Different species living together
What is mutualism? Both species benefit
What is an example of mutualism? A hummingbird and flower
What is commensalism? One species benefits and the other is unharmed
What is an example of commensalism? A remora attached to a shark
What is parasitism? One species benefits and one is harmed
What is an example of parasitism? A tick on a dog
What is a predator? Animals that hunt and eat other animals
What is a prey? Animals that are hunted and eaten by other animals
What is competition? Organisms fighting over a resource
What is cooperation? Organisms working together
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