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flow from the sun through living organisms and escapes as heat and elements like carbon and nitrogen are cycled between organisms and the environment energy cycle
series of organisms showing feeding relationships. begins with a green plan (producer) which is eaten by an animal (consumer) food chains
a network of interrelated food chains in a given area food webs
evaporation, condensation, precipitation, run off, percolation water cycle
flow of energy through a food chain energy flow
a situation in which individuals of two species live in close association iwth one another symbiosis
all the organisms that live within a given area and all the abiotic features of their environment ecosystems
the biosphere is the life zone of the Earth and includes all living organisms, including man, and ll organic matter that has not yet decomposed biosphere
the study of how organisms interact with their environments ecology
taxonomy. scientists put organisms into groups whent hey have things in common. classification
is the highest taxonomic rank of organisms, higher than a kingdom. domain
one of the three domains of life, consisting of a wide range of generally single-celled prokaryotic organisms. bacteria
small pieces of genetic material wrapped in protein coats taht infect and reporduce within host cells viruses
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