B4 Vocab


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Population
The population is the number of individuals of a species in a defined area.
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Habitat
A habitat is the physical envionment which has individual characteristics. An organism must be well suited to its habitat to be able to compete with other species. Examples of habitats are: coral reef or a pond.
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Community
The total number of individuals of all the different populations or organisms that live together in one habitat.
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Biodiversity
The variety of different species living in a habitat.
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Ecosystem
A physical environment with a particular set of conditions plus all of the organisms. They will be affected by the physical factors present in the ecosystem eg, soil type or light intensity. An ecosystem can support itself.
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Habitat
The physical environment that an organism will live in. Each habitat has different characteristics and the organism that lives there has to be well suited to these in order to compete with other species.
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A habitat is the physical envionment which has individual characteristics. An organism must be well suited to its habitat to be able to compete with other species. Examples of habitats are: coral reef or a pond.

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Habitat

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The total number of individuals of all the different populations or organisms that live together in one habitat.

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The variety of different species living in a habitat.

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A physical environment with a particular set of conditions plus all of the organisms. They will be affected by the physical factors present in the ecosystem eg, soil type or light intensity. An ecosystem can support itself.

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