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Science Review

Pyramid of Numbers shows the amount of organisms in the chain
Density-dependent limiting factors how many animals are living in a given area
Density-independent limiting factors factor that influences a population
Symbiosis interaction between two different organisms living close in association
Logistic Growth curve is a S that shows in a increase
Estuary an area where one or more rivers meet
Population density group of individuals belonging to the same species that live in the same region at the same time
Mutualism two organisms of different species have a relationship in which each organism benefits from the activity of one another
Immigration the movement in an area where the organism come into a place
Emigration the movement in an area where the organism leaves the place
Biosphere the part of the world in which life can exist
Commensalism when two species with a relation where one benefits with food the other has no harm done to them
Sustainable Forestry when the people cut down tress they have a balance in the process in which they do so
Habitat Fragmentation habitat loss results in the division of large continuous habitats into smaller more isolated remnants
Created by: zrodriguez