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ecosystem

TermDefinition
Abiotic nonliving.
biome collection of ecosystems that have similar environments and organisms.
biotic consisting of living organisms and products of organisms.
community all the interacting populations in a specific area.
controlled experiment an experiment in which the observer is able to standardize all but one variable to measure results.
ecosystem a system of interacting organisms and nonliving factors in a specific area.
ecosystem service a benefit that humans obtain from the environment.
individual a single organism.
observation study an experiment in which the observer collects data over time without interacting with the area of study.
population study an experiment in which the observer collects data over time for one population in an ecosystem.
Created by: yoitzrow1031