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Unit 4/8 Notes

groups of environmental communities with similiar climates and ecological systems. Biosphere
Ecosystem- ecological system of things biotic factors) and nonliving things (ambiotic factors) LIVING
a complex biotic community characterized by distinctive plant and animal species and maintained under the climatic conditions of the region . Biome
Communities-all the living things within an . ECOSYSTEM
all the interbreeding members of one species within an ecosystem. Population
Habitat-the environment of an organism, found within an ecosystem. NATURAL
Includes 4 food, water, shelter, and space. COMPONENTS
the role that an organism plays in an ecosystem-what it eats, where it lives, what it does, how it acts, how it itself, etc. An organism's fit to it's . 1.Niche 2.Protects 3.Environment
Biodiversity- Variation of living organisms within an . Ecosystem
Relationship of 2 living organisms that live together in the same environment. Symbiosis
A symbiotic relationship in which both species benefit, + and + (good and good). Mutualism
A symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits and the other is unafected. + and 0 good and no affect). Commensalism
A symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits and the other is harmed. + and - (good and bad) Parasitism
refers to the fact that the 2 species involved cannot live together. It is a negative affect on both species, also known as amensalism or competition. - and -(bad and bad) Nonsymbiosis
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The keader of France. Napolean
He was a member of the DEMOCRATIC party. He was also called "Old Hickory." Andrew Jackson
Envented Peanut Butter George Washington Carver
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