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Ecology part 1

6th grade Ecology

Ecologist scientists who study the relationship between living things and their environments.
Introduced species Species that humans have introduced outside of the species normal range of environment either intentionally or unintentionally
Classification The grouping of things into an organized system.
Genus in addition to kingdom this is one of the main divisions into which life can be divided. This division is based on similar species.
Species One of the major groups in the classification of living things. It's below a genus.
Kingdom The highest classification into which organisms are grouped. Life is divided into five of these.
Phylum /Phyla One of the major groups in the classification of living things. This is below a kingdom and above a class.
Evidence Proof
Trade-offs Giving up one thing for another
Anthropocentrism Regarding humans as the universe's most important entity.
Anthropomorphism The attribution of a human form, human characteristics or human behavior to non human things.
Ecology Scientists who study relationships between organisms and the environment.
Inference A conclusion drawn from evidence or reasoning.
Observation The attentive watching of somebody or something.
Invertebrate Animal without a backbone.
Fluctuation Constant unpredictable change in the level. degree, or intensity of something.
Created by: Oakmanor