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Ecology K eyanda S. Terry Cobble Hill HS Ms.O’Connor11/18/11. Table of contents. Title Introduction Feeding relationship Food chain/food web Symbiosis Summary. What Is Ecology ?. Is the study of organisms and the environment

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table of contents
Table of contents
  • Title
  • Introduction
  • Feeding relationship
  • Food chain/food web
  • Symbiosis
  • Summary
what is ecology
What Is Ecology ?
  • Is the study of organisms and the environment
  • Ecology is also the scientific study of the way living organisms interact with their environment
  • Ecology is essential for the survival of the human species .
feeding relationships
Feeding Relationships
  • All animals need to be able to have access to food. If a animals do not eat, they will die. In an intertidal environment, food is not available to all creatures all of the time.
  • Nutrient absorbers: these are the energy and nutrient absorbing algae. These are the Primary Producers.
symbiosis or symbiotic relationships
Symbiosis or symbiotic relationships
  • different biological species
  • defined it as "the living together of unlike organisms
  • Some symbiotic relationships are obligate, meaning that both symbiosis entirely depend on each other for survival.
summary
Summary
  • Ecology is the study of how living things and their environment interact with one another. The food chain is the transfer of energy from green plants through a series of organisms with repeated stages of eating and being eaten. Symbiosis is basely different biological species.
bibliography
Bibliography
  • http://scienceaid.com
  • http://life.bio.sunysb.edu
  • http://plantpals.com
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