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APES Friedland Module 17
Terms in this set (8)
Range of tolerance
The limits to the abiotic conditions that a species can tolerate.
The suite of abiotic conditions under which a species can survive, grow, and reproduce.
The range of abiotic and biotic conditions under which a species actually lives.
Areas of the world in which the species lives.
A species that can live under a wide range of abiotic and biotic conditions.
A species that is specialized to live in a specific habitat or to feed on a small group of species.
A large extinction of species in a relatively short period of time.
The death of the last member of a species.
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