Populations and Ecosystems

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Ecosystem
A natural unit consisting of producers, consumers and decomposers together with non-living components.
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Population
A group of individuals of the same species that can potentially interbreed.
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Community
All of the organisms of all species in the ecosystem. They are based on dynamic feeding relationships.
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Habitat
An organisms environment.
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Niche
An organisms place in the ecosystem. The competitive exclusion principle states that no two species can occupy precisely the same niche, so they don't compete for precisely the same resources.
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A group of individuals of the same species that can potentially interbreed.

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Population

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All of the organisms of all species in the ecosystem. They are based on dynamic feeding relationships.

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Card 4

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An organisms environment.

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Card 5

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An organisms place in the ecosystem. The competitive exclusion principle states that no two species can occupy precisely the same niche, so they don't compete for precisely the same resources.

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