What are the parts of the ecosystem

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What are the parts of the ecosystem

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

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