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Ecosystem Definitions

BY: Curtis Taylor
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Curtis Taylor

on 28 May 2010

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Transcript of Ecosystem Definitions

Ecosystems Definitions BY: Curtis Taylor Ecosytems In an area defind by an ecologist, the set of relationships between populations of speciesand between those population and the abiotic (non-living) factors in their enviroment. Water A transparent, odorless, tasteless liguid, a compound of hydrogen and oxygen. That in a more or less impure state constitutes: Rain
Oceans
Lakes
Rivers
Snow
Ice Food Chain A series of irganisms interrelated in their feeding habits. The smallest being fed upon by a larger one, which then gets fed upon by a still larger one. Aquatic Ecosystems A dynamic Complex of plant, animal and micro organisms communities and their nin living enviroment interacting as a functional unit within the water Terrestrial Ecosystems: A dynamic complex of plant, animal and micro-organisms communities and their non-living enviroment interacting as a functional unit on land Abiotic A factor in an ecosystem created by non-living agents Amount of sunshine
Temperature
Water
Soil
Air Currents Biotic A factor in an ecosystem created by Presence and roles of living things.
Insects
Mammals
Plants
Bacteria
Fungi
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