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Science Ecosystem

Birth Rate The number of births in population in a certain amount of time.
Death Rate The number of deaths in a population In a certain amount of time.
Immigration Moving into a population.
Emigration Leaving a population.
Niche The role of the an organisms in its habitat, or how it makes his living.
Symbiosis A closes relationship between two species that benefits at least one of the species.
Commensalism A relationship between two species in which one spices benefits and the other is neither helped nor harmed.
Limiting Factor A environmental factor that causes a population to decrease
Carrying Capacity The largest population that can area can support.
Natural Selections A process by witch charitoriscs that make an idvuidal Bette suited to its environment become more common in a species.
Adaptations A behavior or physical characteristics that allows an organism to live successfully in its environment.
Competition The struggle between organisms to survive as they attempt to use the same limited resources.
Mutualism A relationship between two species enrich both species benefit.
Parasitism a relationship between one organism lives on or in the host and harms it.
Created by: logan.orlando