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New book Lessons 1&2

Lessons 1&2

QuestionAnswer
organism A living thing
habitat where organism lives
biotic factor living/was living factor of an ecosystem
abiotic factor nonliving factor of an ecosystem
species organisms that are the same and can mate
population how many members are in one area
community all the organisms in an area
ecosystem where living and nonliving things live
ecology someone who studies how organisms react to each other
birth rate how many births in an area giving a certain time
death rate how many deaths in an area giving a certain time
immigration moving to a place
emigration moving away from a place
population density population per unit area
limiting factor limit the growth, abundance, or distribution of an organism or a population of organisms in an ecosystem
carrying capacity the number of people, other living organisms, or crops that a region can support without environmental degradation
Created by: lbailey123