ecosystem portfolio

ocean ecosystem

biotic factors

abiotic factors

the nonliving factors in an enviroment such as water,climat ,soil

carrying capacity

the number of people other living organisms or crops that a region can support without environmental degradation.

limiting factors

definition; an environmental factor that tends to limit population size.

1 example: yield potential

predator prey relationship

a predator is a organism that eats another organism. the prey is the organism which the predator eats. some examples  of prey and predators are like lions and zebra ,bear and fish, and fox and rabbits.

energy roles

energy roles are the roles that each plant or animal  play in a food web or food chain

food web

a complex of intterrlated food chainz

food chain

  • 1. A succession of organisms in an ecological community that are linked to each other through the transfer of energy and nutrients, beginning with an autotrophic organism such as a plant and continuing with each organism being consumed by one higher in the chain.

An energy pyramid is comprised for four levels that categorize the food chain, and energy flow, in the ecosystem.

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