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ecology study guide

Ecology is the study of the interactions between organisms and their environment
Biosphere includes.,... land, air, water, ( where life exits )
Biotic Factors Living things EX; Bee, coral
Abotic Factors Non living things.... EX; wind, air, water
Levels of biological organization ( inside to out ) Organism Population Commumity Ecosysten Biosphere
Spacing how individuals are spaces out
Population Organisms of the same spicies living in the same place at the same time
Communities made up of all poplations of different spicies that live in the same place at the same time
Dominate Species a species that is more abundance than other species
Habitat the place where an organism lives
niche the role/job of a species within its community
Ecosystem A community inneracting with the abiolic parts of the environment.
Competition the contest amoung organismd to obtain all they need to survive. Determins SIZE AND LOCATION
What are they Compition for??? Mates food water nuterients living space
Symbiosis living together in a close relationship
Parasitism one organisn bebefits, one is harmed
Commensalism one benefits, other is unnefected
Mutualism both organism bebefits
Transfer of Energy Energy is transfered through a cummunity by the food chain
Food Web made up of MANY food chains
Created by: gracelynn28