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5 needs of life for animals food, water, gases, shelter, and space.
5 needs of life for plants sunlight, gases, water, nutrients, and space.
Behavior The way an organism acts toward its environment to get the basic needs of life
Innate Behavior is behavior that is known from birth. It is coded in the DNA and does not need to be learned.
Learned Behavior is behavior that is acquired from example or trial and error. Chickens scratching the dirt to find food is a learned behavior
Independent Behavior does not affect others.
Cooperation can help others
Competition The contest among organisms (in a population or in a community) to obtain the resources that they need to survive and reproduce
Population Size The number of organisms of one species that live together in one area at one time
Population Density The number of organisms of one species in a given area at one time
Carrying Capacity The largest number of individuals that an environment can support and maintain over time
Limiting Factor Any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the number of individuals in a population
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