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Biology

Chapter 5 voacb

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Population a group of organisms of the same species that live in a specific geographical area and interbreed
Carrying capacity the largest population that an environment can support at any given time
Predation an interaction between two organisms
Coevolution the evolution of two or more species that is due to mutual influence
Parasitism a relationship between two species
Symbiosis a relationship in two different organisms that live in close association with each other
Mutualism a relationship between two species in which both species benefit
Commensalism a relationship between two organisms
Niche the unique position occupied by a species
Fundamental niche the largest ecological niche where an organism can live without competition
Realized niche the range of resources that a species uses as a result in the species' fundamental niche
Competitive exclusion the exclusion of one species by another due to competition
Keystone species a species that is critical to the functioning with many other species in its community
Created by: VictoriaK718