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Science Study Notes

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Adapt   All animals must adapt to their environment in order to survive.  
Ecology   The biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and tere physical features and surroundings  
Microscopic   So small it can only be visible from a microscope.  
Diversity   A range of different things.  
Biotic Factors   Are all the living things or once living things of an environment.  
Abiotic Factors   Ae all the aspects of the aspects of the environment that have never been all alive  
Individual   Is a organism, single living thing  
Population   Is a group of individuals of the same area  
Community   Is made up of all the population  
Biome    
Producers    
Biosphere    
Adaptation    
Microevelution    
Extint    
Exponential Growth    
Logistic Growth    
Evolution    
Predation    
Prey    
Competition    
Symbiosis    
Mutualism    
Parasitism    
Parasite    
Commensailism    
Niche    
Habitate    
Biome    
Producers    
Terrestrail    
Photosynthesis    
Climate    
Aquatic Bioms    
Phytoplankton    
Photic zone    
Photic    
Aphotic    
Chemosynthesis    
Liottoral zone    
Limnetic Zone    
Profundal Zone    
Intertidal Zone    
Pelagic Zone    
Benthic Zone    
Energy    
Autotraphs    
Consumers    
Heterotraphs    
Herbivores    
Carnivores    
Omnivores    
Decomposers    
Scavengers    
Detrivores    
Saprotrophs    
Food chain    
Food Web    
Trophic Level    
Ecological    
Biomass    
Biogeochemical    
Exchange Pools    
Reservoir    
Water Cycle    
Evaporation    
Sublimation    
Transperation    
Condensation    
Precipitation    
Carbon    
Carbon Cycle    
Sedimentary Cycle    
Fossil Fuels    
Erosion    
Nirtogen Cycle    
Nitrates    
Assimilation    
Ecological    
Primary Succession    
Secondary Succession    


   


 
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