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Biology 2 Ecology Review
Terms in this set (25)
The study of the environment
A set of individuals that can interbreed and create fertile offspring
A collection of all the same species in the same area that can interbreed.
A collection of all of the living portions of a habitat.
Both the living and non-living portions of an environment.
The parts of earth where life exists.
Non-living factors in an environment.
Living factors in an environment
Makes it's own food through photosynthesis (Producer)
Gets its energy by eating other organisms (Consumer)
Eats only producers
Eats both producers and consumers
Eats only other consumers
Eats dead plants and animals (scavenger)
Breaks down dead matter into material that is useful in the environment (bacteria)
A simple series of steps that shows feeding relationships in an ecosystem.
A comples series of steps that shows all of the feeding relationships in an ecosystem.
A step in a food chain or web. Each level shows the transfer of matter and energy.
The variety of living things in an ecosystem.
The role that an organism plays in an ecosystem.
Individuals moving into an ecosystem.
Individuals moving out of an ecosystem.
Population growth that happens when there are no limiting factors. The graph is often shaped like a "J".
Population growth that is more common and happens when there are factors that limit a population. Shaped like an "s".
The number of individuals that an ecosystem can support.
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