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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, & Ecosystems
Abiotic Factors
Biotic Factors
Community
Limiting Factor
non living parts of an organism's environment (sunlight, clim…
living parts of an organism's environment [other plants and a…
group of interacting populations (same species living in the…
Any abiotic or biotic factors that restrict the numbers, repr…
Abiotic Factors
non living parts of an organism's environment (sunlight, clim…
Biotic Factors
living parts of an organism's environment [other plants and a…
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Chapter 3 - Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
group of interacting populations that live in the same geogra…
biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the number, distribut…
organism's ability to survive biotic and abiotic factors.
process by which one community replaces another community bec…
community
group of interacting populations that live in the same geogra…
limiting factor
biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the number, distribut…
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Chapter 3 Communities, Biomes and Ecosystems
abiotic
biotic
community
limiting factor
nonliving part of an organism's environment
the living part of an environment
group of interacting populations that occupy the same area at…
anything that restricts the number, reproduction, or distribu…
abiotic
nonliving part of an organism's environment
biotic
the living part of an environment
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Chapter 3 Communities of Faith
Belief
Faith
A community of faith
A religion
Something you accept as true
means putting your trust in someone or something
is where a group of people share a common set of beliefs abou…
a way of life that is centred on belief and worship of God
Belief
Something you accept as true
Faith
means putting your trust in someone or something
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Our Communities Chapter 3
ancient
culture
desert
technology
having to do with long time ago
a way of life shared by a group of people
a hot, dry area where little rain falls
the use of skills, ideas, and tools to meet people's needs
ancient
having to do with long time ago
culture
a way of life shared by a group of people
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chapter 3 biomes and communities
limiting factor
tolerance
succession
primary succession
Any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
the ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
the orderly, natural changes and species resplacements that t…
the colonization of barren land by communities of organisms…
limiting factor
Any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
tolerance
the ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
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Chapter 3: Ecological Communities and Biomes
Ecological Succession
Tolerance
Limiting Factor
Primary Succession
The order of changes taking place in a biological community o…
The ability of an organism to withstand biotic or abiotic con…
A condition, such as temperature or rainfall, that limits the…
The development of a biological community consisting of pione…
Ecological Succession
The order of changes taking place in a biological community o…
Tolerance
The ability of an organism to withstand biotic or abiotic con…
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Communities- Chapter 3
opportunity
immigrant
ancestors
customs
a chance that something better will happen
someone who moves into and lives in a country
relatives from long ago
ways of doing things
opportunity
a chance that something better will happen
immigrant
someone who moves into and lives in a country
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Chapter 3 - Communities and Biomes
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
boreal forest
biomes
the deepest region of the ocean
an area where sunlight is unable to penetrate
broad band of dense evergreen forest extending south across N…
a large community of plants and animals that occupies a disti…
abyssal zone
the deepest region of the ocean
aphotic zone
an area where sunlight is unable to penetrate
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Communities-Chapter 3 Review
Someone who moves into and lives in a…
A _______________is an official member…
An ___________________ is a chance tha…
Relatives from long ago are __________…
immigrant
citizen
opportunity
ancestors
Someone who moves into and lives in a…
immigrant
A _______________is an official member…
citizen
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IGCSE Chapter 3 - Communities
adobe
allocated
aloof
camaraderie
(made of) mud bricks
placed in
alone/withdrawn
good friendship
adobe
(made of) mud bricks
allocated
placed in
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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
any abiotic factor or biotic factor that restricts the number…
the ability of any organism to survive when subjected to abio…
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community re…
community
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
limiting factor
any abiotic factor or biotic factor that restricts the number…
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Biology Chapter 3: Communities and Biomes
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
the ability of any organism to survive when subjected to abio…
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community re…
community
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
limiting factor
any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
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Biology Chapter 3: Communities and Biomes
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
the ability of any organism to survive when subjected to abio…
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community re…
community
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
limiting factor
any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
aphotic zone
climate
desert
secondary succession
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
average weather conditions in a specific area, determined by…
area with low rainfall, whose annual rate of evaporation exce…
orderly change that occurs in a place where soil remains afte…
aphotic zone
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
climate
average weather conditions in a specific area, determined by…
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Chapter 3--Communities
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
a group of interaction populations that occupy the same area…
any abiotic of biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
the ability of any organism to survive when subjects to abiot…
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community re…
community
a group of interaction populations that occupy the same area…
limiting factor
any abiotic of biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
benthic zone
boreal forest
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean.
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
ocean-floor area consisting of sand, silt, and dead organisms.
biome south of the tundra with dense evergreen forests and lo…
abyssal zone
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean.
aphotic zone
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
Chapter 3- Communities, Biomes, & Ecosystems
Community
Limiting Factor
Tolerance
Ecological Succession
Group of interacting populations that occupy the same area at…
Any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
The ability of any organism to survive when subjected to abio…
Change in an ecosystem that happens when one community replac…
Community
Group of interacting populations that occupy the same area at…
Limiting Factor
Any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the numbers, repr…
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Chapter 3 & 4 - Communities,Biomes, and Populations
biome
climax community
limiting factors
primary succession
Large group of ecosystems
A stable, mature community that undergoes little or no change
Any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts organisms
The colonization of new sites.
biome
Large group of ecosystems
climax community
A stable, mature community that undergoes little or no change
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Chapter 3 - Communities, Biomes, Ecosystems
Primary Succession
Secondary Succession
Climax Community
Terrestrial Biomes
establishment of a community in an area of exposed rock that…
occurs after disturbance such as a flood, fire, or windstorm.…
a mature, stable community with little change
tundra, taiga, desert, grasslands, temperate forest & tropica…
Primary Succession
establishment of a community in an area of exposed rock that…
Secondary Succession
occurs after disturbance such as a flood, fire, or windstorm.…
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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
benthic zone
boreal forest
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean.
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
ocean-floor area consisting of sand, silt, and dead organisms.
biome south of the tundra with dense evergreen forests and lo…
abyssal zone
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean.
aphotic zone
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
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Chapter 3: communities, biomes, and ecosystems
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
is a group of interacting populations that occupy the same ar…
any abiotic factor or biotic factor that restricts the number…
the ability of any organism to survive when subjected to abio…
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community re…
community
is a group of interacting populations that occupy the same ar…
limiting factor
any abiotic factor or biotic factor that restricts the number…
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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
benthic zone
climate
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate
ocean-floor area consisting of sand, silt, and dead organisms
average weather conditions in a specific area, determined by…
abyssal zone
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean
aphotic zone
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate
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Communities and Biomes (Chapter 3)
Climax Community
Limiting Factor
Primary Succession
Secondary Succession
A stable, mature community that undergoes little or no change…
Factors that affect an organism's ability to survive in its e…
The colonization of barren land by communities of organisms.…
The sequence of changes that takes place after an existing co…
Climax Community
A stable, mature community that undergoes little or no change…
Limiting Factor
Factors that affect an organism's ability to survive in its e…
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Chapter 3 Communities, Biomes and Ecosystems
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
(ecology) a group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the…
factor that causes the growth of a population to decrease
the power or capacity of an organism to tolerate unfavorable…
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community re…
community
(ecology) a group of interdependent organisms inhabiting the…
limiting factor
factor that causes the growth of a population to decrease
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Ms. Herrington - Communities and Biomes Chapter 3
limiting factor
biome
primary succession
secondary succession
the environmental factor that is of predominant importance in…
a major biotic community characterized by the dominant forms…
The orderly process of change in an ecosystem brought about b…
It's the gradual and orderly process of change in an ecosyste…
limiting factor
the environmental factor that is of predominant importance in…
biome
a major biotic community characterized by the dominant forms…
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Biology Chapter 3 Vocabulary Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
group of interacting populations that live in the same geogra…
biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the number, distribut…
organism's ability to survive biotic and abiotic factors.
process by which one community replaces another community bec…
community
group of interacting populations that live in the same geogra…
limiting factor
biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the number, distribut…
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Chapter 3: Communities and Biomes
Limiting Factor
Tolerance
Primary Succession
Climax Community
Any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
The ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
The colonization of barren land by communities of organisms
A stable, mature community that undergoes little or no change…
Limiting Factor
Any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
Tolerance
The ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
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Communities and Biomes (Chapter 3)
Community
Limiting Factor
Succession
Tolerance
A collection of interacting populations that inhabit a common…
Any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
Natural changes and species replacements that take place in t…
The ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
Community
A collection of interacting populations that inhabit a common…
Limiting Factor
Any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
Chapter 3: Communities and Biomes
limiting factor
succession
primary succession
secondary succession
environmental factors that affect an organism's ability to su…
the orderly, natural changes and species replacements that ta…
the colonization of new sites like these by communities of or…
the sequence of community changes that takes place after a co…
limiting factor
environmental factors that affect an organism's ability to su…
succession
the orderly, natural changes and species replacements that ta…
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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
aphotic zone
boreal forest
climate
climax community
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
biome south of the tundra with dense evergreen forests and lo…
average weather conditions in a specific area, determined by…
stable, mature ecological community with little change in the…
aphotic zone
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
boreal forest
biome south of the tundra with dense evergreen forests and lo…
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Social Studies Chapter 3 Early Communities in America
culture
desert
technology
canyons
a way of life shared by a group of people
a hot, dry area where very little rain falls
the use of skills, ideas, and tools to meet people's needs
a deep valley with very high, steep sides
culture
a way of life shared by a group of people
desert
a hot, dry area where very little rain falls
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Chapter 3: Communities and Biomes
Limiting factor
Tolerance
Succession
Primary succession
And biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
The ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
Orderly, natural changes, and species replacements that take…
Colonization of barren land by pioneer organisms
Limiting factor
And biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
Tolerance
The ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
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Chapter 3 Communities and Biomes
limiting factor
succession
primary succession
climax community
any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
the orderly, natural changes and species replacements that ta…
the colonization of new sites by communities of organisms
a stable, mature community that undergoes little or no change…
limiting factor
any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
succession
the orderly, natural changes and species replacements that ta…
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Chapter 3 Communities and Biomes
community
limiting factor
tolerance
succession
a collection of interacting populations that inhabit a common…
any biotic or abiotic factor that restrics the existence, num…
the ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
orderly, natural changes, and species replacements that take…
community
a collection of interacting populations that inhabit a common…
limiting factor
any biotic or abiotic factor that restrics the existence, num…
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Biology: Chapter 3.1 - Communities
climax community
limiting factors
limits of tolerance
tolerance
usually the stable result of succession; complex food webs, m…
restrict the number of organisms that can exist; water temper…
conditions that restrict the existence, population size, repr…
the range of factors under which an organism functions and su…
climax community
usually the stable result of succession; complex food webs, m…
limiting factors
restrict the number of organisms that can exist; water temper…
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Chapter3-Communities and Biomes
Limiting Factor
Tolerance
Primary Succession
Climax Community
any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
the ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
the colonization of barren land by communities of organisms
a stable, mature community that undergoes little or no change…
Limiting Factor
any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
Tolerance
the ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
31 terms
Chapter 3 Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
community
limiting factor
tolerance
ecological succession
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
any abiotic factor or biotic factor that restricts the number…
the ability of any organism to survive when subjected to abio…
the change in an ecosystem that happens when one community re…
community
a group of interacting populations that occupy the same area…
limiting factor
any abiotic factor or biotic factor that restricts the number…
14 terms
Biology Chapter 3.1 - Communities
climax community
limiting factors
limits of tolerance
tolerance
usually the stable result of succession; complex food webs, m…
restrict the number of organisms that can exist; water temper…
conditions that restrict the existence, population size, repr…
the range of factors under which an organism functions and su…
climax community
usually the stable result of succession; complex food webs, m…
limiting factors
restrict the number of organisms that can exist; water temper…
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Chapter 3 communities
What is epidemiology?
What principal factors are analyzed in…
Epidemiology is based on a ___________…
What 3 things do you need for disease/…
The study of the distribution and determinants of health-rela…
Distribution, population dynamics, occurrences, affected popu…
multifactorial, host factors, agent factors, environmental fa…
Host factors, environmental factors, agent factors
What is epidemiology?
The study of the distribution and determinants of health-rela…
What principal factors are analyzed in…
Distribution, population dynamics, occurrences, affected popu…
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Chapter 3 Communities and Biomes
community
limiting factor
tolerance
succession
a collection of interacting populations that inhabit a common…
any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
the ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
orderly, natural changes, and species replacements that take…
community
a collection of interacting populations that inhabit a common…
limiting factor
any biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
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CHAPTER 3 COMMUNITIES AND BIOMES
ABYSSAL ZONE
APHOTIC ZONE
BOREAL FOREST
CLIMATE
deepest region of the ocean
area where sunlight is unable to penetrate
forest that extends south across North America Europe and Asia
the average weather conditions in an area
ABYSSAL ZONE
deepest region of the ocean
APHOTIC ZONE
area where sunlight is unable to penetrate
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Chapter 3: Communities and Biomes
Limiting factor
Tolerance
Succession
Primary succession
And biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
The ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
Orderly, natural changes, and species replacements that take…
Colonization of barren land by pioneer organisms
Limiting factor
And biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the existence, nu…
Tolerance
The ability of an organism to withstand fluctuations in bioti…
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Chapter 3: Communities
What is a pioneer species?
What is a climax community?
What are some examples of biotic and a…
What is the difference between primary…
The first species to take hold in an area without any living…
A stable, mature community that undergoes little to no change…
Birds (biotic) eat insects (biotic), squirrels (biotic) eat n…
Primary succession is the colonization of barren land by comm…
What is a pioneer species?
The first species to take hold in an area without any living…
What is a climax community?
A stable, mature community that undergoes little to no change…
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Chapter 3 - Communities and Ecosystems
climax community
community
ecological succesion
limiting factor
stable, mature ecological community with little change in the…
group of interacting populations that live in the same geogra…
process by which one community replaces another community bec…
biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the number, distribut…
climax community
stable, mature ecological community with little change in the…
community
group of interacting populations that live in the same geogra…
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Biology Chapter 3 Adams High School Communities, Biomes Succession
Tundra
Taiga / boreal forest / coniferous for…
Grassland
Desert
A treeless biome with a layer of permanently frozen soil belo…
South of the tundra; characterized by evergreen trees and mam…
A biome where grasses are the main plant life
An extremely dry area with little water and few plants
Tundra
A treeless biome with a layer of permanently frozen soil belo…
Taiga / boreal forest / coniferous for…
South of the tundra; characterized by evergreen trees and mam…
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Chapter 3-Communities Build a Nation
To use trees from the forests to build…
Spain
Hispaniola
France
Why did the Iroquois settle in present-day New York state and…
What country is Christopher Columbus from?
Where did Christopher Columbus explore?
What country is Samuel de Champlain from?
To use trees from the forests to build…
Why did the Iroquois settle in present-day New York state and…
Spain
What country is Christopher Columbus from?
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Oklahoma History Chapter 3 Ancient Communities
Beringia
Paleo-Indians
Big-Game... Hunters
carbon dating
land bridge that connected Asia and North America
first documented Indians
People who support themselves by hunting large wild animals
a scientific method used to determine the age of an artifact
Beringia
land bridge that connected Asia and North America
Paleo-Indians
first documented Indians
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Chapter 3: Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems
abyssal zone
aphotic zone
benthic zone
boreal forest
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean.
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
ocean-floor area consisting of sand, silt, and dead organisms.
biome south of the tundra with dense evergreen forests and lo…
abyssal zone
deepest, very cold region of the open ocean.
aphotic zone
open-ocean zone where sunlight cannot penetrate.
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