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Stack #217971 "POPULATIONS AND COMMUNITIES"

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a LIVING THING oRGANISM
tHE SPECIFIC ENVIROMENT THAT PROVIDES THE THING AN ORGANISM NEEDS TO LIVE, GROW, AND REPRODUCE hABITAT
a LIVING PART OF AN ORGANISM'S HABITAT BIOTIC FACTOR
a NONLIVING PART OF AN ORGANISM'S HABITAT ABOTIC FACTOR
tHE PROCESS IN WHICH SOME ORGANISMS USE WATER ALONG WITH SUNLIGHT AND CARBON DIOXIDE TO MAKE THERE OWN FOOD PHOTOSYNTHISIS
a GROUP OF ORGANISMS THAT ARE PHISICALLY SIMILAR AND CAN MATE WITH EACH OTHER AND PRODUCE OFF SPRING THAT CAN ALSO MATE AND REPRODUCE SPECIES
aLL THE MEMBERS OF ONE SPECIES IN A PARTICULAR AREA POPULATION
all different populations that live toghther in an are COMMUNITY
tHE COMMUNITY OF ORGANSIMS THAT LIVE IN A PARTICULAR AREA, ALONG WITH THEIR NONLIVING SURROUNDINGS ECOSYSTEM
THE STUDY OF HOW ORGANISM INTERACT WITH THEIR ENVIRONMENT ECOLOGY
aN APPROXIMATION OF A NUMBER, BASED IN RESONABLE ASSUMPTITIONS ESTIMATE
tHE NUMBER OF BIRTHS IN A POPULATION IN A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIME BIRTH RATE
THE NUMBER OF DEATHS IN A POPULATION IN A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF TIME DEATH RATE
MOVING TO A POPULATION IMMIGRATION
LEAVING A POPULATION EMIGRATION
TH NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS IN AN AREA OF A SPECIFIC SIZE POPULATION DENSITY
AN ENVIROMENTAL FACTOR THAT PREVENTS A POPULATION FROM INCREASING LIMITING FACTOR
THE LARGEST POPULATION THAT AN AREA CAN SUPPORT CARRYING CAPACITY
A PROCESS BY WHICH INDIVIDUALS THAT ARE BETTER ADAPTED TO THEIR ENVIRONMENTS ARE MORE LIKELY TO SURVIVE AND REPRODUCE THAN OTHERS OF THE SAME SPECIES NATURAL SELECTION
A BEHAVIOR OR PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTIC THAT ALLOWS AN ORGANISM TO SURVIVE OR REPRODUCE IN IT'S ENVIRONMENT ADAPTATIONS
THE ROLE OF AN ORGANISM IN ITS HABITAT OR HOW IT MAKES A LIVING NICHE
THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN ORGANISMS TO SURVIVE AS THEY ATTEMPT TO USE THE SAME LIMITED RESOURCE COMPETITION
AN INTERACTION IN WHICH ONE ORGANISM KILLS ANOTHER FOR FOOD PREDATION
TYHE ORGANISM THAT DOES THE KILLING IN A PREDATION INTERACTION PREDATOR
AN ORGANISM THAT IS KILLED AND EATEN BY ANOTHER ORGANISM PREY
A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO ORGANSIS OF DIFFERENT SPECIES THAT BENEFITS AT LEAST INE OF THE ORGANISMS SYMBIOSIS
A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BETWEEN ORGANISMS OF TWO SPECIES IN WHICH BOTH ORGANISMS BENEFITS MUTULISM
A RELATIONSHIP TWO SPECIES IN WHICH ONE SPECIES BENEFITS AND THE OTHER IS NEITHER HELPED NOR HARMED COMMENSALISM
A RELATIONSHIP IN WHICH ONE ORGANISM LIVES ON OR IN A HOST AND HARMS IT PARASITISM
THE ORGANISM THAT BENIFITS BY LIVING ON OR IN A HOST IN A PARASITE INTERACTION PARASITE
THE ORGANSIM THAT A PARASITE OR VIRUS LIVES IN OR ON HOST