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Ecology Introduction Terms Quiz #1
Environmental Science
Ecology
System
Ecosystem
The study of how humans effect the environment with the goal…
The science we use to understand and assess what is going on…
A group of interacting, interrelated, or interdependent compo…
A complex network of interconnected systems.
Environmental Science
The study of how humans effect the environment with the goal…
Ecology
The science we use to understand and assess what is going on…
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Ecology: Introduction (Ch. 1)
Ecology
Ecosystem
Autecology
Population
the scientific study of interactions between organisms and th…
the interactions of organisms with the environment.... consists…
the study of interactions between an individual and its envir…
a group of individuals of the same species that occupy a give…
Ecology
the scientific study of interactions between organisms and th…
Ecosystem
the interactions of organisms with the environment.... consists…
6.1 Ecology Introduction
Ecology
Abiotic Factors
Biotic Factors
Biogeography
study of the interactions between organisms and their envirom…
environmental factors that are without life (temperature, lig…
environmental factors that possess life (bacteria, protists,…
the distribution of species and distribution patterns seen wi…
Ecology
study of the interactions between organisms and their envirom…
Abiotic Factors
environmental factors that are without life (temperature, lig…
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1. Introduction to Ecology
What is ecology?
Science is based on two logical proces…
What's different about experiments in…
How do the experiments vary?
study of relationships between organisms and their environment
1) inductive reasoning - starting from specific facts, making…
range from test tube to land scape - the results are highly v…
there is a strong historical dimension that relies on things…
What is ecology?
study of relationships between organisms and their environment
Science is based on two logical proces…
1) inductive reasoning - starting from specific facts, making…
1) Introduction to Ecology
Ernst Kaeckel
what is ecology?
contemporary definition of ecology 1:
contemporary definition of ecology 2:
he was a German biologist that 1st coined the term ECOLOGY in…
the STUDY (-ology) of our house (-oiko)
the study of the relationship between organisms and their env…
the study of the interactions that determine the distribution…
Ernst Kaeckel
he was a German biologist that 1st coined the term ECOLOGY in…
what is ecology?
the STUDY (-ology) of our house (-oiko)
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1.1 Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Biotic factors
Abiotic factors
Population
Study of interactions among living things and their surroundi…
Living components that influence an ecosystem
Non-living components of an environment, such as temperature,…
A group of organisms of the same species living in a habitat
Ecology
Study of interactions among living things and their surroundi…
Biotic factors
Living components that influence an ecosystem
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Ecology Introduction Terms
Ecology
Abiotic
Biotic
Climate
Scientific study of the abiotic and biotic interactions that…
The non-living factors that contribute to an ecosystem
The living factors that contribute to an ecosystem
General patterns of temperature and rainfall
Ecology
Scientific study of the abiotic and biotic interactions that…
Abiotic
The non-living factors that contribute to an ecosystem
Introduction to Ecology part 1
abiotic factors
biological community
biosphere
biotic factors
nonliving parts of an organisms environment
interacting populations
portion of Earth that supports life
living organisms
abiotic factors
nonliving parts of an organisms environment
biological community
interacting populations
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Unit 1 - Introduction to Ecology
organism
environment
population
abiotic
anything that possesses all of the characteristics of life
the abiotic and biotic factors that surround an organism
a group of species that interbreed and produce fertile offspr…
the non-living factors that exist in an ecosystem (rain, temp…
organism
anything that possesses all of the characteristics of life
environment
the abiotic and biotic factors that surround an organism
Chapter 1: Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Ecosystem
Evolution
Biosphere
Study of relationships between organisms and the environment.
All organisms living in an area and the physical environment…
Process which populations change over time. The result of nat…
The largest spatial scale and highest level of ecological org…
Ecology
Study of relationships between organisms and the environment.
Ecosystem
All organisms living in an area and the physical environment…
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Lesson 1 - Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Biotic Factor
Abiotic Factor
Species
The study of how organisms interact with their environment
Any living organisms in an area
Any non living part of an environment
Very closely related organisms that can mate to produce ferti…
Ecology
The study of how organisms interact with their environment
Biotic Factor
Any living organisms in an area
1 Introduction to Plant Ecology
What is Taxonomy?
Basic activities of taxonomy
Describing
Organismal Ecology
Describing, identifying, naming, classifying organisms... Uses…
Describing... Identifying... Naming... Classifying
Assign features/attributes... Features are called characters ... Ch…
How an organism's morphology, physiology, and behavior meet t…
What is Taxonomy?
Describing, identifying, naming, classifying organisms... Uses…
Basic activities of taxonomy
Describing... Identifying... Naming... Classifying
Ecology, #1 Introduction to Class
ecology
hypothetico-deductive method
deductive reasoning
inductive reasoning
the study of living systems, at and above the level of organi…
a proposed description of scientific method. According to it,…
the process of reasoning from one or more statements (premise…
a logical process in which multiple premises, all believed tr…
ecology
the study of living systems, at and above the level of organi…
hypothetico-deductive method
a proposed description of scientific method. According to it,…
18.1: Introduction to Ecology
ecology
interdependence
dynamic bioshpere
observing, experimenting, and modeling
the study of interactions between organisms and the living an…
interactions within the biosphere produce a web of what betwe…
the interdependence of life on Earth contributes to an
regardless of the tools they use, scientists conduct modern e…
ecology
the study of interactions between organisms and the living an…
interdependence
interactions within the biosphere produce a web of what betwe…
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Ecology lesson 1- Introduction to Ecology
environmentalism
ecology
ecology comes from what to Greek words?
ecology has been around since what cen…
advocating for the preservation, restoration, improvement of…
the study of relationships of living organisms to their envir…
logia(the study of) and Oikos(household)
4th
environmentalism
advocating for the preservation, restoration, improvement of…
ecology
the study of relationships of living organisms to their envir…
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Unit 1 - Introduction to Ecology
organism
environment
population
abiotic
anything that possesses all of the characteristics of life
the abiotic and biotic factors that surround an organism
a group of species that interbreed and produce fertile offspr…
the non-living factors that exist in an ecosystem (rain, temp…
organism
anything that possesses all of the characteristics of life
environment
the abiotic and biotic factors that surround an organism
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Ecology Introduction Ch 1
ecology
distribution
abundance
Can the predator depreciate a whole pr…
the scientific study of the interactions that determine the d…
where organisms are found terrestrial or aquatic
how many in a given area
No, they will run out of a food source
ecology
the scientific study of the interactions that determine the d…
distribution
where organisms are found terrestrial or aquatic
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Ecology Introduction (6.1)
Ecology
Abiotic
Biotic
Levels of Ecology
the study of the interactions occurring between organisms and…
environmental factors that are without life (temperature, lig…
environmental factors that possess life (bacteria, protists,…
A. Organismal... B. Population... C. Community ... D. Ecosystem ... E. La…
Ecology
the study of the interactions occurring between organisms and…
Abiotic
environmental factors that are without life (temperature, lig…
Chapter 1 Introduction to Ecology
Adaptation
Aeroecology
Biosphere
Ecology
an evolutionary process that changes anatomy, physiology, or…
The interdisciplinary study of ecology of the Earth's atmosph…
The portions of the Earth that support life; also refers to t…
Study of the relationships between organisms and the environm…
Adaptation
an evolutionary process that changes anatomy, physiology, or…
Aeroecology
The interdisciplinary study of ecology of the Earth's atmosph…
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Chapter 1 Introduction to Ecology
Ecology history
Ernest Haekel
Charles Elton
H.G. Andrewartha
Root from Greek "oikos" (house or home)... First word used by H…
total relations of an animal to both it organic and inorganic…
scientific natural history
scientific study of the distribution and abundance of organisms
Ecology history
Root from Greek "oikos" (house or home)... First word used by H…
Ernest Haekel
total relations of an animal to both it organic and inorganic…
Chapter 1: Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Individual
Population
Community
the study of relationships between organisms and the environm…
survival and reproduction; the unit of natural selection
population dynamics; the unit of evolution
interactions among populations
Ecology
the study of relationships between organisms and the environm…
Individual
survival and reproduction; the unit of natural selection
Chapter 1: Introduction to Ecology
adaptation
biosphere
ecology
ecosystem
evolutionary process that increases organism's ability to liv…
the highest level of ecological organization; Earth
the study of relationships between organisms and the environm…
all the organisms that live in an area and the physical envir…
adaptation
evolutionary process that increases organism's ability to liv…
biosphere
the highest level of ecological organization; Earth
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Ch 1: Introduction to Ecology
adaptation
aeroecology
biosphere
ecology
an evolutionary process that changes anatomy, physiology, or…
The interdisciplinary study of ecology of the earth's atmosph…
The portion of earth that support life; also refers to the to…
Study of the relationship between organisms and the environme…
adaptation
an evolutionary process that changes anatomy, physiology, or…
aeroecology
The interdisciplinary study of ecology of the earth's atmosph…
Introduction to Ecological Consultancy (Term 1, Year 2)
Development(s)
Management plan(s)
Development plan(s)
Sustainable development
One of the types of projects that is consulted on, encompassi…
One of the types of projects that is consulted on, encompassi…
One of the types of projects that is consulted on, the framew…
One of the types of projects that is consulted on, specialist…
Development(s)
One of the types of projects that is consulted on, encompassi…
Management plan(s)
One of the types of projects that is consulted on, encompassi…
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
environment
organisms
study
What is the study of relationships between organisms and the…
Ecology is the study of relationships between organisms and t…
Ecology is the study of relationships between ______ and the…
Ecology is the _____ of relationships between organisms and t…
Ecology
What is the study of relationships between organisms and the…
environment
Ecology is the study of relationships between organisms and t…
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Ecology Ch 1: Introduction to Ecology
ecology
evolution
biosphere
ecosystems
the study of relationships between organisms and the environm…
the process by which populations change over time
potions of the earth that support life, including the land, w…
include all the organisms that live in an area and the physic…
ecology
the study of relationships between organisms and the environm…
evolution
the process by which populations change over time
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(1) INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY
Ecology
Biotic Environment
Abiotic Environment
Levels of Organization (Ecology)
Study of interaction of organisms with each other and with th…
Any living component that affects another organism
Any non-living component that affects another organism
1. Organism (Individual Organism)... 2. Population (Study within…
Ecology
Study of interaction of organisms with each other and with th…
Biotic Environment
Any living component that affects another organism
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Ecology Introduction 1 Keyterms
Ecosystem
Abiotic factors
Biotic factors
Organism
all of the organisms living in an area together with their ph…
describes the nonliving part of the environment, including wa…
an environmental factor that is associated with or results fr…
an individual living thing
Ecosystem
all of the organisms living in an area together with their ph…
Abiotic factors
describes the nonliving part of the environment, including wa…
20 terms
Ecology: Chapter 1 Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Evolution
Biosphere
Ecologists
Study of the relationships between organisms and the environm…
A change in gene frequency in a population over time
Highest level of ecological organization. The portions of ear…
Study environmental relationships ranging from this individua…
Ecology
Study of the relationships between organisms and the environm…
Evolution
A change in gene frequency in a population over time
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Ecology 1. Introduction
ecology
evolution
physiological ecology
behavioral ecology
the study of relationships between organisms and the environm…
a process that changes populations over time so they are bett…
the study of the evolution of physiological and anatomical ad…
the study of the evolution of behavioral adaptations to the e…
ecology
the study of relationships between organisms and the environm…
evolution
a process that changes populations over time so they are bett…
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Ch. 1: Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Individual
Species
Population
The study of the interactions between organisms and their env…
The most fundamental unit of ecology. They gather nutrients a…
Individuals that are capable of interbreeding, or share genet…
Individuals of the same species living in a particular area.
Ecology
The study of the interactions between organisms and their env…
Individual
The most fundamental unit of ecology. They gather nutrients a…
Ch. 1~ Introduction & Ecology
biology
metabolism
building (metabolism)
breakdown (metabolism)
study of life
all chemical/energy reactions near cell
small parts--> large parts... -ex: photosynthesis
large parts--> small parts... -ex: digestion
biology
study of life
metabolism
all chemical/energy reactions near cell
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Chapter 1: introduction of ecology (done)
what is ecology?
what is included in the environment?
components of the ecosystem?
ecological hierachy
the study of how organisms interact with each other and their…
abiotic and biological factors
biotic and abiotic
individual, population, community, ecosystem, landscape, biom…
what is ecology?
the study of how organisms interact with each other and their…
what is included in the environment?
abiotic and biological factors
52.1 Ecology Introduction
ecology
climate
microclimate
abiotic factors
study of interactions between organisms and the environment
the long-term prevailing weather conditions in a given area
very fine, localized patterns (such as those encountered by t…
the chemical and physical attributes that influence the distr…
ecology
study of interactions between organisms and the environment
climate
the long-term prevailing weather conditions in a given area
Chunk #1: Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Species
population
community
study of life
one type of organism that can interbreed and produce fertile…
a group of the same species living in one area
a group of populations living in one area
Ecology
study of life
Species
one type of organism that can interbreed and produce fertile…
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19.1 Introduction to Ecology
Ecology
Organism
Species
Population
the study of living organisms as they interact with their env…
an individual living thing; examples: a mouse, an ant, a moun…
a group of similar organisms that can interbreed and produce…
organisms of the same species that live in the same place and…
Ecology
the study of living organisms as they interact with their env…
Organism
an individual living thing; examples: a mouse, an ant, a moun…
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1 - Introduction to Ecology
ecology
Who coined the term "ecology" and when?
Period of Autecological Studies
Period of Synecological Studies
the study of the relationships between organisms and their en…
Haeckel in 1870
consisted of individual species' life history studies (mid-18…
consisted of the study multiple species interactions (1930s t…
ecology
the study of the relationships between organisms and their en…
Who coined the term "ecology" and when?
Haeckel in 1870
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Introduction to Ecology Chapter 1
Ecology
Proximate Factor
Ultimate Factor
Organismal Level
The study of the interactions between an organism and its bio…
A direct or immediate cause of a biological process or phenom…
The deeper cause of a phenomenon.
The level of the biological hierarchy in which the focus is o…
Ecology
The study of the interactions between an organism and its bio…
Proximate Factor
A direct or immediate cause of a biological process or phenom…
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Ecology Lec 1 Introduction
What are the two mechanisms that chang…
Ethology
Why is ethology important in the conte…
Ethogram
1. Evolution by natural selection (slow)... 2. Learning (fast)
An objective description of behaviour in the field using obse…
You can't understand adaptations until you understand the cha…
Label behaviour and then define it
What are the two mechanisms that chang…
1. Evolution by natural selection (slow)... 2. Learning (fast)
Ethology
An objective description of behaviour in the field using obse…
Ecology Ch 1: Introduction
ecological systems
species
ecology
dynamic steady state
biological entities that have their own internal processes an…
many definitions (biological, morphological, phylogenetic, ec…
scientific study of abundance and distribution of organisms i…
when the gains and losses of ecological systems are in balance
ecological systems
biological entities that have their own internal processes an…
species
many definitions (biological, morphological, phylogenetic, ec…
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Ecology - Chapter 1: Introduction
Ecology
Population
Geographic range
Abandance
the scientific study of the abundance and distribution of org…
individuals of the same species living in a particular area
the extent of land or water in which a population lives
the total number of individuals
Ecology
the scientific study of the abundance and distribution of org…
Population
individuals of the same species living in a particular area
Unit 1 Lesson 1 - Introduction to Ecology
ecology
biotic factor
abiotic factor
population
the study of how organisms interact with one another and with…
an interaction between organisms in an area
a nonliving part of the environment
a group of individuals of the same species that live in the s…
ecology
the study of how organisms interact with one another and with…
biotic factor
an interaction between organisms in an area
Introduction to Ecology; Section 1 Ecology
ecology (p.359)
greenhouse effect (p.361)
biosphere (p.363)
ecosystem (p.363)
the study of the interactions between organisms and the livin…
warming of the Earth due to the insulating effect of gases in…
the broadest, most inclusive level of organization
all of the organisms and the nonliving environment found in a…
ecology (p.359)
the study of the interactions between organisms and the livin…
greenhouse effect (p.361)
warming of the Earth due to the insulating effect of gases in…
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Aquatic Ecology - Unit 1 - Introduction to Ecology
ecology
biosphere
landscape
ecosystem
the study of how organisms interact with each other and their…
the entire portion of Earth inhabited by life; the sum of all…
an area containing several different ecosystems linked by exc…
all the organisms in a given area as well as the abiotic fact…
ecology
the study of how organisms interact with each other and their…
biosphere
the entire portion of Earth inhabited by life; the sum of all…
Introduction Ecology Test 1
Natural history
Definition of Ecology
Haeckel (1866)
basic observations:
the study of nature and natural phenomena. Not quiet appropri…
the scientific study of the interactions that determine the d…
studied the relationship of animals and their environment
many species on earth; ... each species has unique, limited dist…
Natural history
the study of nature and natural phenomena. Not quiet appropri…
Definition of Ecology
the scientific study of the interactions that determine the d…
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Lecture 1: Introduction to Ecology
Ecosystems
Solar radiation reaching earth (3)
Greenhouse effect
Atmosphere
A particular community of both living and nonliving component…
-Visible light... -UV radiation... -Heat
traps heat, makes earth warm enough to live (but bad bc human…
Surrounding gases of earth's planet; protects us from radiati…
Ecosystems
A particular community of both living and nonliving component…
Solar radiation reaching earth (3)
-Visible light... -UV radiation... -Heat
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Week 1 Introduction to Ecology
Ecology is split into 4 Scales
Organismal Ecology is split into 2 sub…
Physiological ecology
Behavioral Ecology
Organismal, Population, Community, Ecosystem
Physiological ecology and Behavioral Ecology
investigates how organisms are physically and chemically adap…
how the action/inaction of an individual organism contributes…
Ecology is split into 4 Scales
Organismal, Population, Community, Ecosystem
Organismal Ecology is split into 2 sub…
Physiological ecology and Behavioral Ecology
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Introduction to Ecology: Terms to Know
Biosphere
Species
Population
Community
Consists of the parts of the planet in which all life exists
A group of similar organisms that can breed and produce ferti…
An assemblage of individuals that belong to the same species…
An assemblage of different populations that live together in…
Biosphere
Consists of the parts of the planet in which all life exists
Species
A group of similar organisms that can breed and produce ferti…
Introduction to Ecology and Conservation - BIO1408 (Term 1, Year 1)
Ecology
Organismal (Ecology)
Population (Ecology)
Community (Ecology)
The study of organisms and their interactions with the enviro…
One of the six divisions of ecology. This encompasses phisiol…
One of the six divisions of ecology. The study of populations…
One of the six divisions of ecology. This concerns how intera…
Ecology
The study of organisms and their interactions with the enviro…
Organismal (Ecology)
One of the six divisions of ecology. This encompasses phisiol…
Introduction to Ecology and Conservation - BIO1408 (Term 1, Year 1)
Ecology
Organismal (Ecology)
Population (Ecology)
Community (Ecology)
The study of organisms and their interactions with the enviro…
One of the six divisions of ecology. This encompasses phisiol…
One of the six divisions of ecology. The study of populations…
One of the six divisions of ecology. This concerns how intera…
Ecology
The study of organisms and their interactions with the enviro…
Organismal (Ecology)
One of the six divisions of ecology. This encompasses phisiol…
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