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Bio Ecology Terms

When all the biomes are combined together Biosphere
The study of many ecosystems together and how they are connected Biome
Studies how communities interact and are connected with each other and the nonliving factors in their environment Ecosystem
A population living in the same area, along with the abiotic factors Community
A group of organisms that are the same species living in the same area Population
A single living thing Organism
A living factor (Plants, animals) Biotic Factor
Non Living factor (Rainfall, soil, sun) Abiotic Factor
The study of the connections among organisms and their environment Ecology
One organism benefits and the other is harmed (+,-) Parasitism
One organism benefits and the other is not affected (+,0) Commensalism
Both organisms benefit (+,+) Mutualism
This is the interaction between 2 different organisms Symbiotic Relationship
Created by: kubrichh