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The type of relationship
involving two organisms living
together that both benefit
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Mutualism
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The form of symbiosis where
one organism is harmed and
the other is benefiting
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Parasitism
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During a relationship one
organism is unaffected while
the other benefits
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commensalism
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Create a graph to show that the
carrying capacity is the
maximum population size that
can be supported
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Sequence the ecological levels
of organization from
smallest to largest
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Organism
population
community
ecosystem
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List some factors that can
increase the predator
population
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Increase in prey population
decrease in competition
Increase in prey population density
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List some factors that could
increase a population size
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Increase in food
increase in mates
decrease in predators
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Which biome has more
evaporation than rainfall
making it extremely dry?
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desert
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Give an example of a
community
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Forest:
grass
shrubs
trees
deer
insects
bobcat
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Describe the organisms that
could live in a marsh
ecosystem of a biome
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Mostly fish and amphibians
Some grasses
few trees and mammals
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number of species living
within an ecosystem
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Biodiversity
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the act of one organism
feeding on another
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Predation
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the struggle for survival
between living things for the
limited resources.
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competition
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a change in the body or
behavior of a species making
it easier to survive. i.e.
poisonous jellyfish,
camouflage bugs, protective
shell, etc.)
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adaptation
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