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Chapter 21, Section 1 - Living Things and the Environment
Terms in this set (13)
an environment that provides the things the organism needs to live, grow and reproduce
the living parts of the habitat
the non-living parts of the organism's habitat
a group of organisms that are physically similar and can mate with each other and produce offspring
all the members of one species in a particular area
all different populations that live together in an area
the community or organisms that live in a particular area, along with their non-living surroundings
What basic needs are provided by an organism's habitat?
shelter, biotic and abiotic factors, food
What might happen to an organism if its habitat could not meet one of its needs?
That organism could die because every organism needs some sort of food and shelter.
Why are water and sunlight two abiotic factors that are important to most organisms?
-sunlight is needed for photosynthesis
-organisms need water for photosynthesis to produce food
List the following terms from the smallest level to the largest level: population, organism, ecosystem, community
organism, population, community, ecosystem
Would all the different kinds of organisms in a forest be considered a population or ecosystem?
a community - because a community is several species/organisms and a population is one species
How might seasonal changes effect populations of organisms in a community?
some animals are unable to be in the heat or the cold, some species leave communities to find better weather
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