- Created by: Isabel Cooke
- Created on: 19-10-13 13:26
Ecology- The study of inter-relationships between organisms and their environment, including abiotic and biotic factors.
Biosphere- The life-supporting layer of land, air and water that surrounds the Earth.
Ecosystem- More or less self-contained functional units in ecology, made up of all the interacting abiotic and biotic factors in an area.
Population- A group of interbreeding organisms of one species in a habitat.
Community- All the populations of different organisms living and interacting in the same habitat at the same time.
Habitat- The place where a community of organisms lives.
Microhabitats- Smaller units within the habitat, which have distinct abiotic and biotic environmental factors.
Niche- The way an organism fits into it's environment, i.e…