ecosystem

tropicl rain

biotic

snake

trees

leaves

plants

abiotic

air

sunshine

rock

soil

water

temp

carrying capacity and changes in popualions

the number or quantity of people or things that can be conveyed or held by a vehicle or container

3 resources needed to survival

water

food

shelter

Explanation of how populations change over time?  It changes when trees get old and fall down or humans come in and make house and stores.

Limiting Factors and Predator/Prey Relationships

Correct definition of Limiting Factors?  Resources or environmental conditions that limit the growth.

At least one example of a limiting factor specific to your ecosystem?  Bugs

A correct predator / prey relationship.  Venus fly trap.

energy roles

PRODUCER: a person, company, or country that makes, grows, or supplies good or commodities for sale

EXAMPLE: producers are any kind of green plant.

herbivore: an animal that feeds on plants

example: are animals whose primary food source is plant based

omnivores: an animal or person that eats food of both plant and animal origin

example: bears eat both meat and plant food

carnivores: an animal that  feed on flesh

example: include sea stars, spider, and lady bugs

decomposers: an organism, especially a soil bacterium fungus, or in vertebrate, that decomposes organic material

example: some types of decomposers are bacteria and fungi.

scavengers: an animal that feeds on carrion, dead plant material, or refuse

example: scavengers of animal material includes vultures burying beetles blowflies yellow jackets and raccoons

food chain and food webs

FOOD CHAIN: the series of organisms of an ecosystem through which the food and energy presents in it and passes with each member is called food chain

FOOD WEB: in an ecosystem single food chains never occur

a population is defined as a group of interbreeding individuals that exist together at the same time

trophic levels and energy pyrmid

SHAPE: the characteristic configuration of a thing

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