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EOC 7

EOC 7 flash cards

TermDefinition
78% Approximate amount of nitrogen in the atmosphere
Pheromone Ants and termites may use this to mark a path that leads to food
Territory An area that an animal claims or defends by marking it with urine or musk
Carbon Cycle The transfer of carbon between the living non living environment
Carbon Dioxide Released when fossil fuels are burned
Commensalism One organism benefits and the other neither benefits or is harmed
Courtship Dances An example of visual communication to attract mates
Habitat A place where an organism lives
Mutualism Both organisms benefit
Niche An organism’s role in its community
Nitrogen Fixation WHen soil bacteria break down nitrogen gas from the atmosphere and convert to a form that plants can use
Parasitism One organism benefits, the other is harmed
Population All the organisms of a species that live in an area at the same time
Symbiosis Interactions between organisms of different species
Processes that move carbon throughout the ecosystem Photosynthesis, respiration, burning of fossil fuels (combustion
Created by: melanielocklear