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biology vocab set 10

Community Collection of all of the different populations that live in one area
Ecosystems Collection of organisms and non living things ( climate, soil, and water )
Biome Region characterized by climate conditions and plants
Keystone species Organisms that has an usually large effect on its ecosystem
Symbiosis Ecological relationship between 2 different species that are in direct contact
Mutalism Ecological relationship between 2 species in which each benefits from the other
Parasitism Ecological relationship in which one organism benefits from harming the other
Commensalism Ecological relationship where one species benefits the other is not affected
Primary succession Establishment and development of an ecosystem that is uninhabited
Secondary Succession Reestablishment of a damaged ecosystem where soil was left intact
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