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EP Chapter 4

Ch 4 EP

Energy from the sun
Species look alike and produce fertile offspring
Habitat includes both biotic and abiotic, where an organism lives, meets all of organisms needs
Community all living things in an area
Resistance genes to protect organisms, works against insecticides, unintentional artificial selection
Coevolution 2 species changing in response to each other
Example animals depend on angiosperms for food, angiosperms rely on animals for pollination
Evolution change in genetic characteristics in a population from one generation to the next
Adaptation inherited trait, increases chances of reproduction
Natural Selection organisms with beneficial traits survive and reproduce
Artificial Selection collies, humans breed organisms for specific traits
Classification 6 kingdoms
Eubacteria most bacteria, no nucleus, E. coli
Invertebrates no backbone
Gymnosperms plant with no fruits, ex:
Fungi yeasts, athletes foot
Protists malaria
Nitrogen Fixation Bacteria change nitrogen into a form usable by plants
Producer seaweed, phytoplankton, kelp
Biotic Living
Abiotic nonliving
Decomposer bacteria and fungi, bread down dead organisms
Population members of the same species living in the same place at the same time.
Cell Walls bacteria, fungi, plants
Created by: evroman