ecology organism biotic abiotic population community ecosystem

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ecology
population
habitat
organism
community
biosphere
biotic
ecosystem
abiotic
environment
the place in which an
organism lives. Must
provide food, shelter, etc.
a group of organisms of
the same type, or species,
living together in the
same area. Ex: all red
wood trees in a forest.
the study of the
relationships and
interactions of living things
with one another and with
their environment.
the part of Earth where life
exists.
all the different organisms
that live together in that
area. Ex: a pond
community= all fish, frogs,
plants, etc. in that pond.
any living thing.
all the living and non-living
things in a given area that
interact with one another.
Can be very small or very
large. Ex: drop of pond
water; ocean; planet
the part of the
environment that includes
all the organisms that live
together and interact
together – animals, plants.
all living and non-living
things with which an
organism may interact. Ex:
deep sea; rain forest.
the part of the
environment that consists
of non-living factors –
water, soil, light, weather.
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