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What are the parts of the ecosystem

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  • 1. What are the parts of anecosystem?
  • 2. Environment All the living and non-living things that surround you (an organism/individual).Example:- Living and non-living things around youat home.- Living and non-living things around youin the classroom.
  • 3. All environments are made up of two parts. Living things Non-living(People, plants and things (Water, air, soilanimals) and weather)
  • 4. Parts of an environment affect one another in many ways.Example: - Type of Soil affects what plants can grow in it. - Clean water helps animals and plants stay healthy. - Animals eat plants.
  • 5. EcosystemAll the living and non-living things in an area.
  • 6. Ecosystems can be: Very small Very bigEx. Space Ex. Forestunder a rock(home toinsects andtiny plants)
  • 7. The ecosystem under the rock and in the forest has a: Climate (Average weather in an area over many years)
  • 8. One plant or animal is an Individual
  • 9. Examples of individualsOne blueberry One honey bee bush One blue jay
  • 10. PopulationA group made up of the samekind of individuals living in the same ecosystem.
  • 11. Examples of population A population of green tree frogs.
  • 12. A wolf pack (3-20 wolves).A population of wolves may have many wolf packs.
  • 13. Some populations can live in more than one kind of ecosystem. Example: Red-winged blackbird (lives in wetlands and other areas)
  • 14. Some populations can live in only one kind of ecosystem. Example: Hine’s emerald dragonfly
  • 15. CommunityAll the populations that live in the same place.
  • 16. Everglades national park has many populationsExample: Alligators, bobcats, raccoons and mosquitoes.