1.1-IMS-Ecology-Abiotic.Biotic

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Warm Up
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What non living things do you depend on for
survival?
What living things do you depend on for
survival?
Look at the picture here on the overhead
What organisms are living? What organisms
are not living? Create a long list!
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• Essential Question: What are the parts
that make up an ecosystem?
• Objective: You will be able analyze an
aquatic ecosystem in order to identify
abiotic and biotic relationships effect the
health of an ecosystem.
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Yell whether the following
LIVING or NOT LIVING!!
Say the organism if you know it,
too!
“Ecology Notes-Populations & Communities”
Set up to take Cornell Notes.
Key ?’s you have to
memorize for
quizzes/tests etc.
The new
information.
The grade for your
notes. Your ability to
summarize the new
information!
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Plano, TX
What is an ecosystem?
An ecosystem includes all abiotic and
biotic factors in one particular
environment
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What is a habitat?
An environment that provides what
an organism needs to live, grow,
and reproduce.
One area may contain many
different organisms.
Organisms live in different
habitats b/c they have different
requirements for survival.
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Why do the following live in
different habitats? What are their
needs?
1. Shark vs. bear
2. Whale vs. crabs
3. Algae vs. sunflowers
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What are Biotic
Factors?
Bio
Biotic factors are LVIVING! This
includes plants, animals, fungi,
microorganisms.
bio
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root =
life
Examples of Biotic
Factors
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What are A
Abiotic Factors?
Abiotic factors are NOT LIVING.
This includes air, water, soil,
temperature, wind, source of energy
(usually sun)
a
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prefix
not, without
Examples of Abiotic
Factors
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Levels of Organization
all
one
all
smallest
large
group
interacting
organisms
living
individual
region
of
unit
and
populations
of
similar
with
living
different
nonliving
of
organs
the
living
typical
thing
same
cellsin
an
organized
kind
kinds
working
ecosystem
plants,
things
living
of to
in
work
interacting
animals,
one
together
tissues
together
area&
climate;
within
workinga
includes
certain
together
area
many
ecosystems
cell
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RECAP: Ecosystem
includes all abiotic and biotic factors in
one particular environment
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
the living parts of
an ecosystem
the nonliving parts
of an ecosystem
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Examples of Ecosystems
Mountains
Coral Reefin inColorado
Belize
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Notes Summary:
Use this picture in order to explain how abiotic
and biotic factors build an ecosystem.
This will become a permanent part of your
notes.
Exit Quiz-Old HSA Questions
• 8 questions.
• Write the key word. Write your best answer.
Be sure to use your notes.
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One last thing about Ecosystems
can change daily as things move from one
ecosystem to another
Biotic
Abiotic
migration, seed
dispersal
flood, erosion,
drought
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Extra Extension
activity:
• You are a scientist who is studying
various ecosystems.
• As part of your research, you need to
identify as many BIOTIC and ABIOTIC
factors as possible.
• Using the magazines provided, glue,
scissors, and construction paper, make a
collage of at least 5 abiotic and 5 biotic
factors.
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