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abiotic factors
interact with each other in complex ways.
adaptation
to get use to
biotic factors
living parts of the ecosystem
commensalism
to appreciate all living things
community
population of a different species
competition
population of group of individuals living in the same place
ecosystem
all living things living in a certain area
evolution
one species turning into another
extinction
species dying until none of it is left
habitat
place where a certain species lives
host
a thing a parasite lives off of
parasites
an organism living in or on another organism
mutualism
two species living together benefitting off one another
natural selection
characteristics of populations change over generation
prey
organism that is eaten
predator
the one that does the hunting and the eating
species
resemble each other
niche
the way it lives
population
a group of the same kind living in a particular place
organism
a single living thing