Warm Up 1. 2. 3. 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! © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX • 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. © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX 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! © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX What is an ecosystem? An ecosystem includes all abiotic and biotic factors in one particular environment © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX 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. © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX Why do the following live in different habitats? What are their needs? 1. Shark vs. bear 2. Whale vs. crabs 3. Algae vs. sunflowers © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX What are Biotic Factors? Bio Biotic factors are LVIVING! This includes plants, animals, fungi, microorganisms. bio © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX root = life Examples of Biotic Factors © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX What are A Abiotic Factors? Abiotic factors are NOT LIVING. This includes air, water, soil, temperature, wind, source of energy (usually sun) a © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX prefix not, without Examples of Abiotic Factors © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX 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 © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX 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 © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX Examples of Ecosystems Mountains Coral Reefin inColorado Belize © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX 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. © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX One last thing about Ecosystems can change daily as things move from one ecosystem to another Biotic Abiotic migration, seed dispersal flood, erosion, drought © 2004 Plano ISD, Plano, TX 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.