Ecosystems 2 - Ecosystems 2 0. Population1. A group of the...

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Ecosystems 2 0. Population- 1. A group of the same type of organism living in the same place at the same time. 2. Community 3. Groups of different types of organisms living in the same place at the same time. 4. Habitat 5. The area where an organism or population lives. 6. Habitat characteristics 7. 1) plant life 3) shading 8. 2) rainfall 4) temperature 9. Biomes 10.Habitats or life zones on a global scale 11.Biome types 12.1) desert 13.2) grassland 3) Forest types 14.A) Evergreen broadleaf 15.B) Deciduous broadleaf 16.C) Evergreen conifer 17.A biome type is located in similar regions across the world. 18.Biomes of the same type on different continents have very similar species. 19.Example 20.Rhea- South America 21.Ostrich- Africa
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22.Emu- Australia 23.Biome types are very often defined by water availability. 24.The more water available, the more productive an area is. Low {----water availability-----------------} High Low {----productivity------------------------} High What biomes have low productivity? What biomes have high productivity? Niche 25.An organisms way of life 0. Includes all the interactions with biotic and abiotic components of its environment. 26.Two types 27.1) fundamental or potential niche 1. An organism can have all the resources available; no competition 28.2) actual or realized niche 2. An organism has to share or compete for its resources Resources- food, shelter, water, mate Niche diagram 29.Outer circle represents the fundamental niche 30.Inner circle is the realized niche.
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31.The fighting over common resources is called:
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