A specific part of the abiotic environment
A way of describing all the living parts of an ecosystem
A group of organisms that can successfully mate with each other and reproduce
Part of the natural decomposing materials in soil
All the interacting organisms that live in an environment and the abiotic parts of the environment that affect the organisms.
A person who observes and studies the interactions between the biotic and abiotic parts of the environment.
The relationship among the biotic parts of the environment.
The relationship between all the abiotic elements of a pond.
The area a species can occupy in the face of exploitive competition
The habitat of a species within a community resulting from clumping
The habitat that exists in nature as opposed to the ideal
The life pattern that the organism actually assumes
The energy pyramid
The carbon cycle
The biotic/abiotic cycle
Carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, and phosphorous
Positive impact of a density-dependent limiting factor
Positive impact of a hurricane
Positive impact of beavers in an ecosystem
Positive impacts of dams on society
Earthquakes release phosphorus.
Phosphorus is carried in the rain that was evaporated from lakes.
Human use of fertilizers release phosphorus into the groundwater.
Phosphorus is transpired.
Electrons are pulled closer to the hydrogen atoms.
Electrons are pulled closer to the oxygen atom.
Electrons are located inside the nucleus of the hydrogen atoms.
Electrons are an equal distance between hydrogen and oxygen.
Clear cutting the rainforest
Limited food source
Susceptibility to disease
Increase in population of Liophis epinephelus
Control of density-independent limiting factors
Control of density-dependent limiting factors
Decrease in food nutrient levels
Adverse health affects