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Instructor’s Copy Transparency master – You Can’t Catch Me
abiotic - all of the non-living parts of an
ecosystem such as space and climate
biotic – all of the living parts of an ecosystem
such as other organisms
carrying capacity
- the maximum number of
organisms an ecosystem can maintain
competition – when 2 or more organisms try to
get the same resources
ecosystem – all of the living and nonliving
components in an area and their interactions
habitat – surroundings in which an organism
lives
parasitism – one organism benefits and one is
harmed
population – organisms of the same species
living in an area
predation – when one organism consumes
another for energy