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Ecology Vocabulary

Ecology study of living and nonliving things and their interactions
Abiotic Features Nonliving
Biotic Features Living
Organism One living thing
Habitat A place where an organism lives
Population A group of the same species that live in an area
Community All the living things(many populations) that live in a specific area
Ecosystem All biotic and abiotic features found in an area
Interdependence When living things depend on each other and nonliving things to survive
Biosphere The part of the Earth that supports life
What are the three parts of the biosphere? ocean, land, atmosphere
All bullfrogs in a pond are examples of which level of environment? Population
All cattails, alligators, and bullfrogs in a pond are examples of which level of environment? Community
All bullfrogs, lily pads, sparrows, water, air, and dirt are examples of what level of environment? Ecosystem
Which is NOT abiotic? bullfrog, air, water bullfrog
What is an example of an organism? a rock, a dead log, Earth, or tree tree
Scientists who study ecosystems are studying: biology, ecology, geology, psychology ecology
Created by: kbrown315
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