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Voc Review Ecosystems Interactions
 

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    Voc Review Ecosystems Interactions Voc Review Ecosystems Interactions Presentation Transcript

    • Ecology Vocabulary Review Get out vocab sheet. Ecology: The study of how living things interact with nature
    • Ecosystems
      • The study of how living things interact with nature
    • Abiotic Non Living parts of the environment
    • Biotic The living parts of the environment
    • Symbiosis A relationship where two different species live closely and interact often.
    • Mutualism A type of symbiosis is when two species help each other.
    • Commensalism A type of symbiosis when one species benefits from another but the second species isn’t affected
    • Parasitism A type of relationship where one organism benefits while harming the other organism.
    • Carrying Capacity The maximum number of organisms of a species an ecosystem can hold
    • Limiting Factor The scarcest resource or the one that runs out first that causes a population to decline.
    • Adaptation A trait that helps an organism survive.
    • Predator An organism that hunts others for food
    • Prey An organism that is hunted for food
    • Coevolution When a relationship between two species causes them both to adapt.
    • Population All of the members of a species in an area
    • Ecosystem A community of organisms and their environment.
    • Biosphere All of the living space on earth.
    • Community All of the different organisms of different groups in an area
    • Competition When two organisms fight over the same resources