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Ecology
Is the study of the interactions between orgazims and there envoroment
biotic
were all organizims live together
abiotic
all physicle factors
population
a group of individuals of the same species
community
consist of all of the population living in thr same area
ecosystem
made up of a community
ecosystem
made up of a community
bioshere
the part of earth were life exists
herbavore
eats plants
carnivore
eats animals
omnivores
eat plant and animals
scavengers
eats dead animals
food chain
reprisents how the energy food molicules flows from one organizim to the next
food web
simple food web for a woodland ecosystem
energy pyramid
the lost of energey at each level
habitat
an organizims enviroment which it lives
niche
an organizims niche includes its habitat
carrying capacity
population reaches carrying compacity
prey
the organisim hunted by the preditor
preditor
the organism
symbiosis
long term assocation between to organisims or more
mutualism
a symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit
pollution
is the presence of haarmful substance in the enviroment.
renewable resource
is one that can be used again and again
nonrenewable resource
can only be used once
overpopulation
when population grows to fast
biodiversity
varity of life
biodegradable
so they are not broken down by the enviroment
biodegradable
so they are not broken down by the enviroment
biodergradible
when something is broken down
conservation
the wise use of and the preservation of natrual recourses
recycling
breaking down trash and using it again
resource recovery
the waste collected by all the cities and towns in the united states