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Chapter 4 Vocab

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5.states that no 2 species can occupy exactly the same niche in the same habitat in the exactly the same time
7.sunlit region in the surface in which photosynthesis can occur
8.dense forests of evergreens along the northern edge of the temperate zone, they are also called boreal forests
9.trees that produce seed-bearing cones and have needle-shaped leaves coated in a waxy substance that reduces water loss
10.relationships in which 1 organism lives inside or on another organism and harms it
11.a special kind of wetland that is formed where a river meets the sea
14.a leafy covering
16.succession that begins on an area with no remnants of an older community
18.1st species to colonize barren areas
19.the ability to survive and reproduce under a range of environmental circumstances
20.the day-to-day condition of Earth’s atmosphere
23.plant that sheds its leaves during a particular season
24.interaction in which one animal(predator) captures and feeds on another animal(the prey)
25.single species that is not usually abundant in a community yet exerts strong control on the structure of community
27.any necessity of life including water, nutrients, light, food, etc.
28.ecosystem in which water either covers the soil or is present or near the surface for at least part of a year
29.layer of permanently frozen subsoil
30.where photosynthesis cannot occur
1.interaction in which one animal(herbivore) feeds on producers(plants)
2.series of more-or-less predictable changes that occur in community over time
3.succession in an area that was only partially destroyed by disturbances
4.relation between species where both species benefit
6.the general place where an organism lives
12.the range of physical and biological conditions in which a species lives and the ways the species obtains what it need to survive and reproduce
13.environmental conditions within a small area that differs significantly from the climate of the surrounding area
14.relationship in which 1 organism benefits and the other is neither helped or harmed
15.3 gases(greenhouse gases) function like glass in a greenhouse allowing visible light to enter but trapping heat
17.defined by year-after-year patterns of temperature and precipitation
21.any relationship in which 2 species live closely together, means “living together”
22.the general term that includes both phytoplankton and zooplankton
26.aquatic organisms that live on and in rocks or sediment on the bottom of lakes, streams, and oceans

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