Organisms depend on each other for survival. This is called interdependence. Both living and non-living factors will affect the abundance and distribution of organisms in a habitat.
What term is used for the number of organisms of a species in a habitat?
What is a habitat?
The conditions that surround an organism
The place where an organism lives
A place where wild animals can be observed secretly
Which of these is an example of an abiotic factor?
The number of predators
Availability of food
Producers are which type of organism?
Pollutants are which type of factor?
Which type of competition is between members of different species?
Which of these is an example of a biotic factor?
What is it called when organisms in an ecosystem are dependent upon each other?
An organism living in or on another organism, from which it gets benefit, is known as what?
What is mutualism?
A relationship between two species, a predator and its prey
A relationship between two species, a parasite and its host
A type of relationship between two species, where both species benefit