- Created by: Jo Conway
- Created on: 25-03-12 13:15
Habitat: The place where an organism lives
Population: All the organisms of one species in a habitat.
Community: Populations of different species in a habitat make up a community.
Ecosystem: All the organisms livng in a particular area and all the
non - living (abiotic) conditions
Abiotic Conditions: The non-living features of the ecosystem e.g. temperature, availibilty of water
Biotic Conditions: The living features of the ecosystem e.g. food or predators
Niche: The role of a species within its habitat e.g. what it eats, where it feeds
Adaption: A feature that members of a species have that increase their chance of survival and reproduction e.g. giraffes have long necks so they can reach high up vegetation. This increases their survival when food is scarce