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Ecology

Organisms and their Environment

QuestionAnswer
Nonliving Abiotic
Living (was once living) Biotic
All Biotic and Abiotic factors in the environment Ecosystem
Different populations in the same environment; All Biotic Community
A group of the same type of organisms in the environment; All Biotic Population
ONE individual type of species Organism
One cell Unicellular
Many cells Multicellular
Has a nucleus Eukaryotic
Does not have a nucleus Prokaryotic
Consumes (eats) other/different organisms for energy Heterotrophs
Produces its own food; does photosynthesis Autotroph
Two parent cells combine to create an offspring Sexual reproduction
One parent makes a copy/clone of itself to create an offspring Asexual reproduction
Smallest building block of living organisms Cells
Prokaryotic, unicellular, live in extreme environments; Domain- Archaea Kingdom Archeabacteria
Prokaryotic, unicellular, found everywhere; Domain-Bacteria Kingdom Eubacteria
Eukarytoic, multicellular, heterotrophs, no cell walls; Domain-Eukarya Kingdom Animalia
Eukaryotic, multicellular, autotrophs, cell walls ; Domain-Eukarya Kingdom Plantae
Eukaryotic, heterotrophic, mostly muticellular, decomposers; Domain- Eukarya Kingdom Fungi
Eukaryotic, Mostly unicellular, heterotroph or autotroph, similar to plants, animals, and fungus; Domain Eukarya Kingdom Protista
Created by: ScienceRMS6