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Ecosystems

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on 1 February 2017

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Transcript of Ecosystems

Ecosystems
Community
All the populations of different species at a particular time and space.
Ecosystem
All the organisms present in a particular area along with the physical environment with which they interact.
Species
A group of individuals that interbreed to produce viable offspring.
Population
A group of individuals of the same species at a particular time and place.
Population
Population
Population
Physical Environment
Habitat: the type and place where an organism lives or where you would find an organism e.g. a rock orchid is found in a rocky outcrop
Population
Population
Population
Abiotic Factors: The non-living physical and chemical factors in an environment that affect biological interaction.
Biotic Factors: All living or biological parts of an environment and their effects both direct and indirect, on other living organisms.
Ecosystem
Micro-habitat
A local area within a habitat with slightly different conditions e.g. the underside of a fallen tree
Niche: The role played by an organism in an environment; its food preferences, requirements for shelter, special behaviours and the timing of its activities (e.g. nocturnal or diurnal), interaction with other organisms and its habitat.
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