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Title: ECOLOGY ? The study of how living things interact with each other and their environment


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ECOLOGY ? The study of how living things
interact with each other and their environment
  • STANDARD S7L4
  • INTERDEPENDENCE OF LIFEECOLOGY
  • Students will examine the dependence of organisms
    on one another and their environments.

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POPULATIONSCOMMUNITIES
  • Categorize relationships between organisms that
    are competitive or mutually beneficial.

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ECOSYSTEM ORGANIZATION PYRAMID
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INDIVIDUAL
  • ONE ORGANISM,
  • A SINGLE LIVING THING

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POPULATION
  • A GROUP OF INTERBREEDING
  • ORGANISMS (SPECIES)
  • LIVING IN THE SAME AREA

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COMMUNITY
  • ALL TYPE OF ORGANISMS LIVING IN THE SAME
    AREA
  • POPULATIONS THAT LIVE TOGETHER

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ECOSYSTEM
  • ALL THE ORGANISMS LIVING IN THE SAME AREA
    (COMMUNITY) AND THEIR NONLIVING ENVIRONMENT

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BIOME
  • ONE OF SEVERAL MAJOR
  • TYPES OF ECOSYSTEMS
  • (LIKE A RAINFOREST,
  • DESERT OR FOREST)

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BIOSPHERE
  • THE ECOSYSTEM OF
  • PLANET EARTH
  • THE PART OF EARTH
  • THAT CONTAINS ALL ECOSYSTEMS

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" There are good things to see in tidepools and there are exciting and interesting thoughts to be generated from the seeing. Every new eye applied to the peep hole which looks out at the world may fish in some new beauty and some new pattern, and the world of the human mind must be enriched by such fishing."     John Steinbeck, in the forward from Between Pacific Tides
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ENERGY FLOW IN ECOSYSTEMS
  • Explain in a food web that sunlight is the source
    of energy and that this energy moves from
    organism to organism.

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EARTHSBIOMES
  • Describe the characteristics of Earths major
    terrestrial biomes and aquatic communities.

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