A B F B N C H P I E D S P B S I P E B T A B C D E F E H B P B B I N P P S T S I
What A is are non-living chemical  and physical factors in the environment ? ABIOTIC
What B is the living components of an organism's environment?  BIOTIC
What C describes  all  the organisms (= ∑ the biotic factors) in a particular habitat at one time ? COMMUNITY
What D are organisms that consume dead or decaying organisms ? DECOMPOSERS
What E is all the communities/living organisms/ biotic factors and environmental / abiotic factors in a particular area; t...
What F is all the interconnected food chains in an ecosystem ? FOOD WEB
What E is  all  the factors in a habitat which affect an organism; these may be  either  living(=  biotic )  or  non livin...
What H describes where an organism lives? HABITAT
What B is the global sum of all ecosystems ? BIOSPHERE
What P describes an organism which hunts a prey? PREDATOR
What B is renewable energy source, refers to living and recently dead biological material that can be used as fuel?  BIOMASS
What I is a type of competition involving organisms competing with the same species? INTRASPECIFIC
What N describes the role of a species within an  ecosystem; its location/spatial habitat and functions? NICHE
What P is a the first organism in a food chain; an  autotroph  (i.e   capable of manufacturing  organic molecules/food, no...
What P is a collection of inter-breeding  organisms of a particular species? POPULATION
What S describes a group of  potentially  interbreeding individuals which produce viable, fertile offspring ?  SPECIES
What T is a feeding level in a food web - defined by the method of obtaining food? TROPHIC
What S refers to more-or-less  predictable and orderly changes in  the composition or structure of an  ecological communit...
What I is a type of competition involving organisms competing with a different species? INTERSPECIFIC
What B is the variation of life forms within a  given ecosystem, biome,  or for the entire Earth. ? BIODIVERSITY
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  1. 1. A B F B N C H P I E D S P B S I P E B T A B C D E F E H B P B B I N P P S T S I
  2. 2. What A is are non-living chemical and physical factors in the environment ? ABIOTIC
  3. 3. What B is the living components of an organism's environment? BIOTIC
  4. 4. What C describes all the organisms (= ∑ the biotic factors) in a particular habitat at one time ? COMMUNITY
  5. 5. What D are organisms that consume dead or decaying organisms ? DECOMPOSERS
  6. 6. What E is all the communities/living organisms/ biotic factors and environmental / abiotic factors in a particular area; these factors are interacting and interdependent; they make up a self-contained system which is self supporting in terms of energy flow? ECOSYSTEM
  7. 7. What F is all the interconnected food chains in an ecosystem ? FOOD WEB
  8. 8. What E is all the factors in a habitat which affect an organism; these may be either living(= biotic ) or non living (= abiotic ) ? ENVIRONMENT
  9. 9. What H describes where an organism lives? HABITAT
  10. 10. What B is the global sum of all ecosystems ? BIOSPHERE
  11. 11. What P describes an organism which hunts a prey? PREDATOR
  12. 12. What B is renewable energy source, refers to living and recently dead biological material that can be used as fuel? BIOMASS
  13. 13. What I is a type of competition involving organisms competing with the same species? INTRASPECIFIC
  14. 14. What N describes the role of a species within an ecosystem; its location/spatial habitat and functions? NICHE
  15. 15. What P is a the first organism in a food chain; an autotroph (i.e capable of manufacturing organic molecules/food, normally by photosynthesis ? PRODUCER
  16. 16. What P is a collection of inter-breeding organisms of a particular species? POPULATION
  17. 17. What S describes a group of potentially interbreeding individuals which produce viable, fertile offspring ? SPECIES
  18. 18. What T is a feeding level in a food web - defined by the method of obtaining food? TROPHIC
  19. 19. What S refers to more-or-less predictable and orderly changes in the composition or structure of an ecological community? SUCCESSION
  20. 20. What I is a type of competition involving organisms competing with a different species? INTERSPECIFIC
  21. 21. What B is the variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, biome, or for the entire Earth. ? BIODIVERSITY
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