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EOC #6

EOC Terms and Definitions

TermDefinition
Abiotic Factors No living components in an ecosystem
Biodiversity The number of different kinds of organisms living on Eath or in an ecosystem
Biotic Factors All the living things in an environment
Birth & Immigration Increase population size
Carrying Capacity Largest amount of organisms an area can support
Global Warming The continued use of fossil fuels has lead to the increase of worldwide temperature
Density-Dependent Limiting Factor Depends on the size of a population living in a certain area
Examples of Abiotic Factors Sunlight, soil, temperature, water, oxygen
Examples of Biotic Factors Bacteria, plants, animals, fungi, protists
Examples of Density-Dependent Limiting Factors Competition, predation, parasitism, diseases
Examples of Density-Independent Limiting Factors Earthquakes, forest fires, tsunamis
Example of Natural Resources Water, air, organisms
Greenhouse Effect Trapping heat in the atmosphere
What happens to a population when it reaches its carrying capacity? It stops growing
Created by: melanielocklear