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Ecology. Study of the interactions of organisms with other organisms and with the physical environment. ecosystem. abiotic. biotic. Biodiversity. Disturbance. Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis. Predator/ Prey. (Camouflage). Aposematic Coloration. (warning coloration).

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Ecology

Study of the interactions of organisms with other

organisms and with the physical environment

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ecosystem

abiotic

biotic

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Disturbance

Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis

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Aposematic Coloration

(warning coloration)

Don't Touch!!!!

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Batesian Mimicry

monarch

viceroy

king snake

coral snake

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parasitism

commensalism

mutualism

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Detritivores

Break down organic waste

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Energy Flows!

Matter Cycles!

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Tiaga or Boreal Forest

Coniferous Forest

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Tropical Rain Forest B. Taiga

  • C. Arctic Tundra D. Temperate Grassland
  • E. Desert
  • Permafrost; temperatures range from approximately
  • -50 C to 25 C; a growing season of 60 days or less

2. Over 10 inches of precipitation per year; long, cold

winters and short summers; dominant vegetation is

evergreen trees

3. Lack of water common in summer; seasonal

temperature variations; maintained by periodic fire

4. Less than 10 inches of precipitation per year;

extremes of hot and cold throughout the year; large

daily temperature variations