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Biology test 2
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Main Idea: (blank 1) is required to (blank 2) through living and non-living systems.
Blank 1: energy
Blank 2: cycle materials
the study of the relationships among organisms and their interactions with the environments they live in.
how things interact with each other.
Ecology is made up of
living + living +non-living
Cycling of matter
Flow of energy
organism relationships (Biotic(cells)(Abiotic (rocks, water, temperature)
non-living. Abiotic things affects biotic things.
a unit of life (multi-cellular or uni-cellular)
a group of individuals of the same species that live in the same area.
Organism that can reproduce and make offspring who have the ability to grow normally.
Look at biological community
a biological community and all the ABIOTIC factors.
2 things that kind of make up ecosystem
habitat and niche
area where organism lives
its role or position, how it meets needs for food, reproduction, and shelter
a group of ecosystems that share similar climates and typical organisms.
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