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Chapter1 Lesson1

Ecology Unit

TermDefinition
Organism A living thing.
Habitat An environment that provides the thing a specific organism needs to live,grow,and reproduce .
Biotic factors Living or once living organism.
Abiotic factors Non living factors of an ecosystem. Examples are: Sun,Air,Soil,Water,And temperature.
Species A group of organisms that can mate with each other and produce offspring.
Population All members of a species living in a particular area. Example: 50 squirrels
Community All the different populations live to together. Example: Robin squirrels, and spruce trees
Ecosystem A community of of organisms living together all abiotic factors
Ecology The study of how organisms interact with each other in their environment
Created by: krk201006809