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Section 2.1 Organisms and Their Relationships
Transcript of Section 2.1 Organisms and Their Relationships
Ecology is the study of relationships among living organisms and the interaction organisms have the their environments
The biosphere is the portion of Earth that supports life
Biotic and abiotic factors
The living factors in an organism's environment are called the biotic. Including plants and other organism's. The nonliving factors in an organism's environment are the abiotic factors. Including the water, amount of sunlight, and the temperature.
Levels of organization
The biosphere is too large and complex for most ecological studies. Ecologists look at different levels of organization of smaller pieces of the biosphere. The levels are ...
What is Ecology?
Who introduced the word Ecology?
What dose the Biosphere include?
What are some Abiotic Factors?
Name the levels of organization.
By Satchel, Courtney, Kayla, and Jennifer
The word Ecology was first introduced in 1866 by Ernst Haeckel, a German biologist.
Scientists who study ecology are called ecologists they observe, experiment, and model using tools and methods.
It extends several kilometers above he Earth's Surface into the atmosphere and extends several kilometers below the ocean's surface to the deep-ocean vents. It includes landmasses, bodies of freshwater and saltwater, and all locations below Earth's surface that support life.