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Mrs. Govoni's Class Living Things and Their Environment

Learn the difference between these two factors that affect an ecosystem
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Biotic
the living organisms in an ecosystem
Abiotic
nonliving, physical features of the environment, including air, water, sunlight, soil, temperature, and climate
Biotic
Living organism
Biotic
Fungi is a living organism
Abiotic
Water is a non-living factor of an environment
Abiotic
rain is a non-living factor of an ecosystem
Biotic
Steak was a formerly living cow
Biotic
Child
Abiotic
Clouds
Abiotic
Sand
Abiotic
NON-LIVING
Biotic
LIVING, or ONCE LIVED
Biotic
Bacteria is a living factor of a habitat
biotic
Leather comes from a formerly living cow
Abiotic
Non-living
biotic
A cotton shirt
Habitat
The place where an organism lives and that provides the things the organism needs is called this
Populations
All of the members of one species in a particular area are referred to as this
Community
All of the different populations that live together in an area make up this
Ecology
The study of how living things interact with each other and with the environment
Dead
Something that never was alive; never will be
Characteristics of Living Things
1.Cellular organization
2.Contains similar chemicals
3.Uses energy
4. Grows and develops
5. Responds to stimuli
6. Reproduces
Needs of living things
*Water
*Shelter
*Food
*Ability to maintain body temperature
Any living thing
An organism that meets all 6 criteria of life
Rocks
Abiotic
Ecosystem
All the living and nonliving things that interact in a particular area

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