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What roles do niches play in an ecosystem?
Identify examples of abiotic and biotic factors found within an ecosystem.
Describe the parts or components of an ecosystem.
Compare and contrast density dependent and density independent limiting factors. Identify some examples of each type of limiting factor.
How do populations differ from communities?
How would an ecosystem with low biodiversity be affected by a change in the ecosystem?
How are ecosystems organized within a hierarchy?
Describe symbiotic relationships and give examples of symbiotic relationships, including: mutualism and parasitism.
Describe competition and how it relates to a niche.
How are energy pyramids organized?
Describe how photosynthesis in a plant works. What is needed for the process to occur (reactants)? What is created as a result of this process (products)?
How do plants contribute to the carbon cycle?
How does the amount of energy at the bottom of an energy pyramid compare to the amount of energy at the top of energy pyramid?
Explain the importance of nitrogen for plants.
How do we identify the producer for an ecosystem when looking at a food web?
How do primary consumers differ from secondary and tertiary consumers? How can we distinguish or identify primary, tertiary, and secondary consumers on a food web?
How would we be able to tell if two organisms were in competition with each other by looking at a food web?
How much energy is transferred to the next trophic level? About how much energy would a tertiary consumer have?
Which trophic level on the energy pyramid has the largest population size?



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