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mutualism
symbiotic relationship beneficial to both species.
habitat
collect of niches in which an organism lives its life.
food web
shows all the possible feeding relationsshios in a community at each trophic level.
ecosystem
populations in a community and abiotic factors with which they intercet.
ecology
scientific study or interactions between organisms their environment.
biotic factor
all the living organisms inhabotong any of farth's many diff. environment.
bioshere
life-supporting portions of earth composed of air, land, fresh water, and slt water.
abiotic factor
non living parts of the environment such as air currents, temperatual, aoil, light, and moisture.
niche
role of a particular species in a community regarding food, space, reproduction, and how it interacts with abiotic factors.
commensalism
symbiotic relationship in which one species benefits and the other is neither hamed nor help.
scavenger
animal such as a velture that plays a positive role in the ecosystem and consuming dead organism and their refse.
community
several interacting populations that inhabir a common envirinment.
autotroph
organisms that are able to synthe size food using sun energy or energy stored in chemical comcalled producers.
heterotroph
organisms unable to make their own food, they rely on autorophs as their nutrient and enery source.
population
interbreeding individuals of an species that compete with one another fpr food, water, mates and live in the same place at the same time.