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living things and the environment notes

biotic living
Examples of biotic plants, animals, trees, grass
abiotic non living parts of an organisms habitat
Examples of abiotic water, sunlight, oxygen,temperature, soil
the environment can be organized into six levels 1.Biosphere 2.Biome 3.Ecoysystem 4.Community 5.Population 6. Organisms
scientist group living things acording to their ------ ---------------. shared charcteristics
the smallest group species
scientist consider organisms to be members of the same species if they can ------------ --------- succesfulyy produce
a group of organisms of one species living in the same place at the same time population
population can change in size when new member are entering the population through birth or immigration or whem members leaving a population through death and emigration
population is limited 1.food 2.water 3.space 4. space
the number of individualsi in a specific area population density
population density = number of indiividuals / area
all the populationd of diffrent species in the same place at the same time community
the place where an organism lives in a community habitat
the role of a s[ecies within its community niche 1.what the species eats 2. how it gets its food 3. how it interacts with other organisms
a community interacting with its abiotic parts ecosystem
the climate, types of plants, and animals that are found in a similar place biome
all the parts of the Earth where life is found biosphere
Created by: LittleRiver