study of the interaction between organisms and their environment
entire part of earth where living things exist
interaction of living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) factors
group of populations in the same area
group of individuals of same species in same area
behaviors and interactions with other species
nonliving, chemical and physical components
temperature, precipitation, sunlight, and wind in an area
a major type of ecosystem
upper part of aquatic biome, sufficient light for photosynthesis
below photic zone of an aquatic biome, not much light
bottom aquatic biome, made of sand and inorganic sediments
dead organic matter, source of food
narrow layers of abrupt temperature change in an aquatic biome
shallow, well-lit area close to shore in an aquatic biome
aquatic biome, water too deep to support rooted plants
nutrient-poor and oxygen rich
nutrient-rich and oxygen deficient
habitat inundaned by water at least some of the time
plants dependent on water-rich soil
transition area between river and sea
part of marine biome periodically submerged by tides, rocky
part or marine biome with vast realm of open water, very abundant
biome by equator, needs heat and rain, lots of plants/animals
biome of grassland with some tries, lots of grazers
biome with hot, dry climate; CAM plants, leaves with just backbends
biome of rolling grassland, no trees, regular fires
biome of high foliage area, different terrain, dependent on fires
biome with tree forests that are temperate (loose leaves in winter)
biome of a pine-tree forest
biome that is frozen/half-frozen all year
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