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Unit 4/8 Nemo Notes

Levels Of Organization

Groups of environmental communities with similar climates ecological systems Biosphere
Ecological system of living things and non-living things Ecosystem
A complex biotic community charachterized by distinctive plant and animal species and maintained under the climatic conditions of the region Biome
All living thi9ngs within an ecosystem Communities
All the interbreeding members of one species within an ecosystem Population
The natural environment of an organism,found within an ecosystem Habitat
4 components food,water,shelter,
the role that an organisim plays in the ecosystem-what it eats,where it lives, what it does,how it acts ,how it protects itself,etc.how an organisim fits into its environment Niche
variation of living organisims within an ecosystem Biodiversity
relationship of 2 living organisims that live together in the same environment Symbiosis
a sybiotic relationship in which both species benefit mutualism
a symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits from the other and the other is unaffected Commensalism
a symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits and the other is harmed Parasitism
Predation,Scavenging,and Foraging are NOT - Symbiosis
examples of parasitism are lice and humans, some fungus and trees
examples of mutualism are bees and flowers , termites and protist
good and no effect can be apart of commensalism
good and bad can be apart of parasittism
food,water,shelter,and space is a Niche
Created by: katelyn504