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Science Study Notes

QuestionAnswer
Adapt All animals must adapt to their environment in order to survive.
Ecology The biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and tere physical features and surroundings
Microscopic So small it can only be visible from a microscope.
Diversity A range of different things.
Biotic Factors Are all the living things or once living things of an environment.
Abiotic Factors Ae all the aspects of the aspects of the environment that have never been all alive
Individual Is a organism, single living thing
Population Is a group of individuals of the same area
Community Is made up of all the population
Biome
Producers
Biosphere
Adaptation
Microevelution
Extint
Exponential Growth
Logistic Growth
Evolution
Predation
Prey
Competition
Symbiosis
Mutualism
Parasitism
Parasite
Commensailism
Niche
Habitate
Biome
Producers
Terrestrail
Photosynthesis
Climate
Aquatic Bioms
Phytoplankton
Photic zone
Photic
Aphotic
Chemosynthesis
Liottoral zone
Limnetic Zone
Profundal Zone
Intertidal Zone
Pelagic Zone
Benthic Zone
Energy
Autotraphs
Consumers
Heterotraphs
Herbivores
Carnivores
Omnivores
Decomposers
Scavengers
Detrivores
Saprotrophs
Food chain
Food Web
Trophic Level
Ecological
Biomass
Biogeochemical
Exchange Pools
Reservoir
Water Cycle
Evaporation
Sublimation
Transperation
Condensation
Precipitation
Carbon
Carbon Cycle
Sedimentary Cycle
Fossil Fuels
Erosion
Nirtogen Cycle
Nitrates
Assimilation
Ecological
Primary Succession
Secondary Succession
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