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  1. Ecology- the study of intersection between organisms and their environment
  2. Biotic- describes living factors in the environment
  3. Abiotic- describes nonliving factors in the environment
  4.  Population- a group of individuals of the same species that live together in the same area at the same time
  5. Community- all of the populations of different species that live and interact in an area
  6. Ecosystem- a community of organisms and their nonliving organisms
  7.  Biosphere- the part of the earth where life exists
  8. Herbivore- a consumer that eats plants
  9. Carnivore- a consumer that eats animals
  10.  Omnivore- a consumer that eats a variety of organisms
  11.  Scavenger- an animal that feeds on bodies of dead animals
  12.  Food chain- a diagram that represents how the energy in food molecules flow from one organism to another
  13.  Food web- a complex diagram representing the many energy pathways in a real ecosystem
  14.  Energy pyramid- a diagram shaped like a triangle that shows at each level of the food chain
  15. Habitat- the environment where an organisms live
  16.  Niche- organism way of life and its relationship with its abiotic and biotic environment
  17.  Charring capacity- the largest population that a given environment can support over a long period of time.
  18.  Prey- an organism that is eaten by another
  19.  Predator- an organism that eats other organisms
  20. Symbiosis- a close, long term association between two or more species
  21.  Mutualism- a symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit
  22.  Commensalisms- a symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and the other is unaffected
  23.  Parasitism- a symbiotic association in which one organism benefits while the other is harmed

24. Coevolution- the long term changes that take place in two species because of their close interaction with one another

 

 

 

 

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