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Relationships in ecosystems

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  • 1. Relationships in Ecosystems
  • 2. Populations
    • All of the same species in an ecosystem
    www.nkf-mt.org.uk www.intrasystems.gr
  • 3. Competition
    • All living things compete for
      • Food
      • Space
    • Competition limits population growth
    www.opim.wharton.upenn.edu
  • 4. Limiting Factors
    • Anything that restricts or controls the number of individuals in a population
    www.bahamascommerce.com
  • 5. Carrying Capacity
    • The largest number of individuals of one species an ecosystem can support
    www.wwt.org.uk
  • 6. Symbiosis
    • Any close relationship between species
    en.wikipedia.org
  • 7. Mutualism
    • A relationship in which both species benefit
    Cleaner fish Pollination Lichens: algae + fungus www.biology.clc.uc.edu www.orn.mpg.de www4.tpgi.com.au
  • 8. Commensalism
    • A relationship in which one species benefits and the other is neither helped nor harmed
    Barnacles on whale Shark & remora www.community.webshots.com www.cbu.edu
  • 9. Parasitism
    • A relationship in which one organisms benefits and the other is harmed
    Tick Mistletoe www.oznet.ksu.edu www.wcosf.org
  • 10. Predator - Prey
    • Predators are consumers that capture and eat other consumers, called prey
    http://www.uga.edu
  • 11. Cooperation
    • Organisms working together toward a common end or purpose
    http://forger.ca/ http://special.newsroom.msu.edu

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