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Ecosystems List One

5th Grade Life Science

TermDefinition
Ecosystem a unit consisting of living organisms and the environnment that they live in.
biotic Organisms that are alive, were once alive, or come from a living thing.
abiotic The elements of an ecosystem that are not alive and never were.
organism a living thing
habitat the specific environment that meets all of an organism's needs
community all of the populations living in an area
population a group of like species living in an area
environment the surroundings that an organism lives in
biome ecosystems that have similar characteristics
species a group of organisms of the same kind that can mate and produce offspring like themselves
symbiosis a relationship between two or more living things which usually benefits each member
niche an organisms role (job) in its habitat(all the things it does)
Created by: shelia.chambers