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Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Ecology
The amount of energy that is transferr…
Waste products and dead remain of orga…
An animal that uses a filtering device…
Symbiotic benefits but there is an ins…
10-12%
detritus
filter feeder
commensalism
The amount of energy that is transferr…
10-12%
Waste products and dead remain of orga…
detritus
85 terms
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystem
Bisophere
Environment
Abiotic Factors
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Composed of all of the earth's ecosystems.
Consists of all external factors acting on an organism.
Nonliving aspects of the environment.... Examples: temperature,…
Ecosystem
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Bisophere
Composed of all of the earth's ecosystems.
85 terms
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystem
Bisophere
Environment
Abiotic Factors
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Composed of all of the earth's ecosystems.
Consists of all external factors acting on an organism.
Nonliving aspects of the environment.... Examples: temperature,…
Ecosystem
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Bisophere
Composed of all of the earth's ecosystems.
85 terms
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystem
Bisophere
Environment
Abiotic Factors
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Composed of all of the earth's ecosystems.
Consists of all external factors acting on an organism.
Nonliving aspects of the environment.... Examples: temperature,…
Ecosystem
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Bisophere
Composed of all of the earth's ecosystems.
Chapter 2: fundamentals of ecology
ecosystems
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Homeostasis
a system that is composed of living organisms and their nonli…
any living component that affects the population of another o…
non-living chemical and physical parts of the environment tha…
internal balance that living organisms must maintain to survive
ecosystems
a system that is composed of living organisms and their nonli…
Biotic Factors
any living component that affects the population of another o…
28 terms
Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystems
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Homeostasis
interactions of organisms with each other and with their envi…
living portion of an organism
physical or nonliving
the internal balance that living organisms must maintain to s…
Ecosystems
interactions of organisms with each other and with their envi…
Biotic Factors
living portion of an organism
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Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecology
Niche
Abiotic factors
Biotic factors
The study of relationships among organisms and the interactio…
An organism's environmental role
Non-living physical elements of an organism's habitat
Living elements of an organism's habitat
Ecology
The study of relationships among organisms and the interactio…
Niche
An organism's environmental role
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Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
Abiotic Environment
Aerobic Organism
Algal Bloom
Anaerobic Organism
the physical, non-living environment in which an organism lives
an organism that requires oxygen to survive
population increase of photosynthetic plankton due to nutrien…
an organism that cannot survive in an oxygen environment
Abiotic Environment
the physical, non-living environment in which an organism lives
Aerobic Organism
an organism that requires oxygen to survive
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Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystems
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Homeostasis
A biological community of interacting organisms and their phy…
Any living component that affects the population of another o…
Non-living chemical or physical parts of the environment that…
The tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between i…
Ecosystems
A biological community of interacting organisms and their phy…
Biotic Factors
Any living component that affects the population of another o…
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystems
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Homeostasis
Systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
The living portion of an organism's environment
The physical, or nonliving, environment in which an organism…
The internal balance that living organisms must maintain to s…
Ecosystems
Systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
Biotic Factors
The living portion of an organism's environment
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Fundamentals of Ecology Chapter 2
Ecosystem
Biosphere
Environment
Abiotic factors
systems composed of living organisms and their physical envir…
composed of all of the earth's ecosystems
consists of all external factors acting on an organism
nonliving aspects of the environment
Ecosystem
systems composed of living organisms and their physical envir…
Biosphere
composed of all of the earth's ecosystems
22 terms
Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Ecology
Abiotic Environment
Biotic Environment
Habitat
Niche
Consists of the nonliving aspects of an organisms surrounding.
Consists of living organisms and the way they interact.
The place int he environment where an organism is found. (Can…
An organism's role in its environment. (Can be determined by…
Abiotic Environment
Consists of the nonliving aspects of an organisms surrounding.
Biotic Environment
Consists of living organisms and the way they interact.
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Chapter 2-Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystem
Biosphere
Environment
Abiotic factors
system composed of living organisms and their physical enviro…
composed of all the earth's ecosystems
consists of all external factors acting on an organism
nonliving aspects of the envirnoment
Ecosystem
system composed of living organisms and their physical enviro…
Biosphere
composed of all the earth's ecosystems
Salon Fundamentals Chapter 2 Salon Ecology
microbiology
bacteria
bacteriology
nonpathogenic bacteria
study of small organisms
germs or microbes ... one celled micro organisms
the study of bacteria
non disease producing bacteria
microbiology
study of small organisms
bacteria
germs or microbes ... one celled micro organisms
CHAPTER 2 - Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystems
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Homeostasis
Systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
External factors acting on an organism
Non-living factors that affect and enviornment
...
Ecosystems
Systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
Biotic Factors
External factors acting on an organism
31 terms
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
ecosystem
biotic factors
abiotic factors
homeostasis
a system that is composed of living organisms and their nonli…
the living portion of and organism's environment
the physical, or nonliving, environment in which and organism…
the internal balance that living organisms must maintain to s…
ecosystem
a system that is composed of living organisms and their nonli…
biotic factors
the living portion of and organism's environment
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Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
ecosystems
biotic factors
abiotic factors
homeostasis
a system that is composed of living organisms and their nonli…
any living component that affects the population of another o…
any non living chemical and physical parts of the environment…
the internal balance that living organisms must maintain to s…
ecosystems
a system that is composed of living organisms and their nonli…
biotic factors
any living component that affects the population of another o…
CHAPTER 2: FUNDAMENTALS OF ECOLOGY
Ecosystem
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Homeostasis
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Living aspects of the environment.... Examples: mammals, parasit…
Nonliving aspects of the environment.... Examples: temperature,…
The internal steady state of a cell or organism
Ecosystem
A system composed of living organisms and their physical grow…
Biotic Factors
Living aspects of the environment.... Examples: mammals, parasit…
Cosmetology Fundamentals Chapter 2 Salon Ecology
Bacteriology
Microbe
Nonpathogenic bacteria
Saprophytes
The study of bacteria
Another term that means the same as germ or bacteria
Bacterial cells that are harmless and can even be beneficail…
Nonpathogentic bacteria that live on dead matter
Bacteriology
The study of bacteria
Microbe
Another term that means the same as germ or bacteria
Chapter 2 Vocab. Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystems
Biosphere
Environment
Abiotic factors
systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
All of the Earth's ecosystems taken together compose the bios…
consists of all the external factors acting on that organism.
physical factors
Ecosystems
systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
Biosphere
All of the Earth's ecosystems taken together compose the bios…
13 terms
Salon Fundamentals Chapter 2 Salon Ecology
microbiology
bacteria
bacteriology
nonpathogenic bacteria
study of small organisms
germs or microbes ... one celled micro organisms
the study of bacteria
non disease producing bacteria
microbiology
study of small organisms
bacteria
germs or microbes ... one celled micro organisms
Cosmetology Fundamentals Chapter 2: Salon Ecology
Bacteriology is the study of:
Another term that means the same as ge…
Bacterial cells tat are harmless and c…
Non-pathogenic bacteria that live on d…
Bacteria
Microbe
non-pathogenic bacteria
Saprophytes
Bacteriology is the study of:
Bacteria
Another term that means the same as ge…
Microbe
25 terms
CHAPTER 2_ FUNDAMENTALS OF ECOLOGY
Ecosystems
Biosphere
environment
Abiotic factors
Systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
All of the earth's ecosystems taken together compose the bios…
consists of all the external factors acting on that organism
Physical
Ecosystems
Systems composed of living organisms and their nonliving envi…
Biosphere
All of the earth's ecosystems taken together compose the bios…
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Chapter 2 - Fundamentals of Ecology: Part 1
decomposers
biotic
abiotic
habitat
breaks down organic material
living
non living
where an organism lives
decomposers
breaks down organic material
biotic
living
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Chapter 2 - Fundamentals of Ecology: Part 2
population density
dispersion
clumped
uniform
number of individuals per unit area or volume
how individuals are arranged
tendency for populations to be found in tight clusters
tendency for populations to be found evenly distibuted
population density
number of individuals per unit area or volume
dispersion
how individuals are arranged
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Introduction to Marine Biology Chapter 1, Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
The worlds oceans covers
The worlds ocean affects
The worlds ocean provides
Oceanography
nearly 71 % of our planets surface.
weather patterns.
food and vital resources for human population.
the study of the oceans and their phenomena.
The worlds oceans covers
nearly 71 % of our planets surface.
The worlds ocean affects
weather patterns.
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Ch 2. Fundamentals of Ecology
Ecosystems
Biotic factors
Abiotic factors
homeostatis
A biological community of interacting organisms and their phy…
Living organisms
Nonliving organisms
Constant change
Ecosystems
A biological community of interacting organisms and their phy…
Biotic factors
Living organisms
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Introduction to Marine Biology Chapter 1, Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ecology
The worlds oceans covers nearly 71 % o…
The worlds ocean affects weather patte…
The worlds ocean provides food and vit…
Oceanography
...
...
...
the study of the oceans and their phenomena.
The worlds oceans covers nearly 71 % o…
...
The worlds ocean affects weather patte…
...
Chapter 2 Computer Fundamentals
CPU
MU
CU
ALU
Central Processing Unit
Memory Unit
Control Unit
Arithmetic and Logic Uint
CPU
Central Processing Unit
MU
Memory Unit
CH 2: Fundamentals of Ecology Vocab.
Ecosystems
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Homeostasis
A specific biological community and its physical environment…
All the living organisms that inhabit an environment
the non-living parts of an organism's habitat.
a tendency to maintain a balanced or constant internal state.
Ecosystems
A specific biological community and its physical environment…
Biotic Factors
All the living organisms that inhabit an environment
Ecology (Chapter 2 and 3)
Proboscis
Antennae
nymph
clutch
a straw-like appendage that milkweed bugs use to get energy
either of a pair of long, thin sensory appendages on the head…
an immature form of an insect
a cluster of 20 or more eggs
Proboscis
a straw-like appendage that milkweed bugs use to get energy
Antennae
either of a pair of long, thin sensory appendages on the head…
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Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Healthcare delivery system
Emphasis on population wellness
health services pyramid
health services pyramid
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
from this various healthcare models have been generated
1. manages health instead of illness... 2. emphasis is on wellne…
Healthcare delivery system
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
Emphasis on population wellness
from this various healthcare models have been generated
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Fundamentals of Marketing- chapter 2
SWOT analysis
environmental scan
market segmentation
disposable income
assessment tool used by organization to determine its strengt…
analysis of outside influences that impact an organization
dividing the total market into smaller groups of people who s…
money left after taking out taxes
SWOT analysis
assessment tool used by organization to determine its strengt…
environmental scan
analysis of outside influences that impact an organization
fundamentals chapter 2
Prime Exposure Factors
measured in units of seconds, fraction…
indicates number ofphotons... selection…
the production of mA and exposure time…
Exposure time (T)... Millimperage (mA)... Kilovoltage (kVp)... Source-…
Exposure Time
milliamperage
mAs= photons = darker image
Prime Exposure Factors
Exposure time (T)... Millimperage (mA)... Kilovoltage (kVp)... Source-…
measured in units of seconds, fraction…
Exposure Time
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Ecology Chapter 2
Autotroph
heterotroph
Herbivore
Carnivores
An organism that is able to capture energy from sunlight or c…
Organism that obtains food by consuming other living things;…
Heterotroph that eats only plants.
Heterotroph that eats only meat.
Autotroph
An organism that is able to capture energy from sunlight or c…
heterotroph
Organism that obtains food by consuming other living things;…
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Ecology Chapter 2
Abiotic
Atmosphere
Biotic
Carbon Cycle
Nonliving, physical features of the environment, including ai…
Air surrounding Earth; is made up of gases, including 78 perc…
Features of the environment that are alive or were once alive.
Model describing how carbon molecules move between the living…
Abiotic
Nonliving, physical features of the environment, including ai…
Atmosphere
Air surrounding Earth; is made up of gases, including 78 perc…
Ecology - Chapter 2
commensalism
Cooperation
predator
mutualism
interaction between two different organisms where one benefit…
interaction within a pecies where organisms work together to…
organism that hunts and eats other organisms
interaction between two different organism where both benefit
commensalism
interaction between two different organisms where one benefit…
Cooperation
interaction within a pecies where organisms work together to…
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Chapter 2 Ecology
ecology
niche
biotic
abiotic
study of how organisms interact with biotic and abiotic facto…
organisms role in an ecosystem
living factors
nonliving factors
ecology
study of how organisms interact with biotic and abiotic facto…
niche
organisms role in an ecosystem
25 terms
fundamentals chapter 2
Managed care organization (MCO)
Preferred provider organization (PPO)
Medicare
medicaid
comprehensive & treatment services to a specific group of vol…
managed care plan that limits an enrollee's choice to a list…
federally admin. program by Commonwealth Fund/ Centers for Me…
federally funded, state operated program for 1) for low incom…
Managed care organization (MCO)
comprehensive & treatment services to a specific group of vol…
Preferred provider organization (PPO)
managed care plan that limits an enrollee's choice to a list…
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fundamentals chapter 2
accountability
advocate
deposition
doctrine of informed consent
• Is self-directed, knows what to do
to speak in favor of
(law) a pretrial interrogation of a witness
The legal basis for informed consent, usually outlined in a s…
accountability
• Is self-directed, knows what to do
advocate
to speak in favor of
46 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 2
Healthcare delivery system
Emphasis on population wellness
health services pyramid
health services pyramid
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
from this various healthcare models have been generated
1. manages health instead of illness... 2. emphasis is on wellne…
Healthcare delivery system
1. shift from illness to wellness... 2. encourages greater patie…
Emphasis on population wellness
from this various healthcare models have been generated
27 terms
fundamentals chapter 2
belief
value
first-order beliefs
higher-order beliefs
mental representation of reality or a person's perception abo…
enduring idea about what a person considers is the good, the…
serve as the foundation or the basis of an individual's belie…
ideas derived from a person's first-order beliefs, using eith…
belief
mental representation of reality or a person's perception abo…
value
enduring idea about what a person considers is the good, the…
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Fundamentals - Chapter 2 Key Terms
Acute Care
Adult Day Care Centers
Assisted Living
Capitation
People who do not have health care insurance often wait longe…
Provide a variety of health and social services to specific p…
Offers an attractive long-term care setting with an environme…
Means that the providers receive a fixed amount per patient o…
Acute Care
People who do not have health care insurance often wait longe…
Adult Day Care Centers
Provide a variety of health and social services to specific p…
Chapter 2 Fundamentals
Maslow's Hierarchy of Need
Physiologic
Security
Belonging
1. Physiologic... 2. Safety and Security... 3. Love and Belonging... 4…
1. Airway and Circulation... 2. Nutrition and Water... 3. Eliminati…
1. Psychological Comfort... 2. Assistance in meeting needs... 3. Co…
1. Social interaction... 2. Communication... 3. Human caring... 4. Fam…
Maslow's Hierarchy of Need
1. Physiologic... 2. Safety and Security... 3. Love and Belonging... 4…
Physiologic
1. Airway and Circulation... 2. Nutrition and Water... 3. Eliminati…
32 terms
Fundamentals Chapter 2
acute care
adult day care centers
assisted living
capitation
pattern of health care in which a patient is treated for an a…
facility for the supervised care of older adults; provides ac…
residential living facilities in which each resident has his…
payment mechanism in which a provider, health care network, r…
acute care
pattern of health care in which a patient is treated for an a…
adult day care centers
facility for the supervised care of older adults; provides ac…
Ecology Chapter 2
primary succession
pioneer species
climax community
secondary succession
the process of changing in stages; from bare rock to a system…
a simple plant capable of invading barren rock zones of prima…
the final stable community produced by several stages of succ…
the return of succession stages AFTER vegetation has been rem…
primary succession
the process of changing in stages; from bare rock to a system…
pioneer species
a simple plant capable of invading barren rock zones of prima…
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Chapter 2: Ecology
Organism
Biosphere
Ecology
Biotic factors
A living thing - plant, animal, fungus, bacteria, etc.
The part of the planet that supports life; extends from the a…
The study of organisms and their interactions in their enviro…
The living part of the environment that affects an organism's…
Organism
A living thing - plant, animal, fungus, bacteria, etc.
Biosphere
The part of the planet that supports life; extends from the a…
27 terms
Ecology Chapter 2
producer
consumer
herbivore
carnivore
An organism that can make its own food.
An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms
A consumer that eats only plants.
A consumer that obtains energy by eating only animals.
producer
An organism that can make its own food.
consumer
An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms
31 terms
Fundamentals Chapter 2
Illness
chronic illness
Subjective
acute illness
Disease of body or mind
persisting for a long time
perceived only by the individual
develops suddenly and resolves in a short time
Illness
Disease of body or mind
chronic illness
persisting for a long time
Fundamentals Chapter 2 Review
APPLIED RESEARCH (PRACTICAL RESEARCH)
BASIC RESEARCH
CONCEPT
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK OR MODEL
Research designed to directly influence or improve clinical p…
Research designed to generate and refine theory; the findings…
Abstract images (ideas) that are formed as impression from th…
set of concepts, along with the statements that arrange the c…
APPLIED RESEARCH (PRACTICAL RESEARCH)
Research designed to directly influence or improve clinical p…
BASIC RESEARCH
Research designed to generate and refine theory; the findings…
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