Bio Chapter 2

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Bio Chapter 2
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  1. each organism depends on...
    nonliving and living portions of the enviornment
  2. is the living portions of the enviornment
    biotic
  3. is the nonliving portions of the enviornment
    abiotic
  4. The scientific discipline in which relationships among living organisms and the interaction the organisms have with their enviornments are studied
    ecology
  5. Name 1 important ecologist.
    • Jacques- Yves Casteau
    • Theodore Roosevelt
    • Rachael Carson
    • Wangari Maathai
  6. The portion of the earh that supports life
    Biosphere
  7. the biosphere....
    extends serveral kilometers above and below the earth's surface
  8. single indidvidual
    organism
  9. all the organisms in an area that are the same
    Population
  10. All of the different organisims that live in the same area
    community
  11. all of the living community in a nonliving enviornment
    ecosystem
  12. all of the nonliving and living populations of a specific climate
    biome
  13. organism through..
    biosphere
  14. LIST ALL LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION IN ORDER!
    organism, population, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere
  15. the role an organism has within a habitat
    niche
  16. a niche includes an organisms need for..
    food, shelter, and reproduction
  17. all the populations of various soeces in an area or habitat
    community interaction
  18. species interact through..
    competition, pedation, symbotic relationships
  19. interspecific interaction between 2 or more species
    symbiotic
  20. association in symbotic =
    • mutalistic
    • commensalism
    • paratism
  21. a symbotic relationship in which one organsim benefits at the expense of another organism
    paratism
  22. the relationship in which one organism that benifits and the other organism is neither helped nor harmed.
    commenalism
  23. a relationship between 2 or more organisms that live closely together and benifit from each other
    mutalism
  24. most all organisms get their food by eating other organisms
    predation
  25. 2 organisms need the same place to survive
    competition

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