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Tropism A plant response to a stimulus in its environment.
Dormancy A period of rest in plants so that they can survive cold winter months or hot, dry summer months
Population A group of one kind of organism (1 species) that live in one area at the same time
Community All of the species living in one area at the same time (all of the biotic factors)
Ecosystem All of the abiotic and biotic factors in an area
Biosphere All of the ecosystems of the Earth put together
Symbiotic Relationship A close, long-lasting relationship between 2 organisms of different species
Mutualism Both of the organisms benefit from the relationship
Commensalism One organism benefits and the other organism is unaware of the relationship (no benefit or harm)
Parasitism One organism
Parasite benefits and one organism
Host is harmed by the relationship.
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