Resources for survival

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  • 1. What does the graph below illustrate?
  • 2. Competition
  • 3. Ecosystem
    • An ecosystem is composed of the interactions between the living (biotic) and nonliving (abiotic).
  • 4. Nonliving
    • Abiotic factors - the nonliving parts of an organism’s environment.
    • Examples include air currents, temperature, moisture, light, and soil.
    • Abiotic factors affect an organism’s life.
  • 5. Living
    • Biotic factors - all the living organisms that inhabit an environment.
    • All organisms depend on others directly or indirectly for food, shelter, reproduction, or protection.
  • 6. Abiotic or Biotic? Biotic
  • 7. Abiotic or Biotic? Abiotic
  • 8. Abiotic or Biotic? Abiotic
  • 9.  
  • 10. Competition
    • Competition between organisms (same species or different) arises due to a limit on certain essential resources needed for survival.
      • Such as:
        • Water
        • Food
        • Shelter
        • Space
  • 11. Two types of Competition
      • Intraspecific- Competition between members of the same species. (Near carrying capacity)
      • Interspecific- Competition between individual of different species
  • 12. What effect does wolves population size have on the moose population size?