7A Aquaponics--Populations & Ecosystems CALENDAR
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442541640739838Vocabulary: -aquaponics -community - organisms - ecosystemsVOCABULARY
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NewselaEcosystem:
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all the living organisms that live in an area and the nonliving features of their
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environment.
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Biome:
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large geographic areas with similar climates and ecosystems; includes tundra, taiga,
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desert, temperate deciduous forest, temperate rain forest, tropical rain forest and grassland.
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Biosphere:
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part of the Earth that supports life, including the top portion of Earth’s crust,
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the atmosphere and all the water on Earth’s surface.
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11371236133514341533Ecology:
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​APPROVAL OF SCIENTIFIC METHOD & ENGINEERING DESIGN & BUDGET FOR PROJECT

TAKE HOME APPROVED DESIGN AND COSTS FOR PARENT APPROVAL
Life in Community pg:6-7/Notes

RETURN PARENT SIGNED AND APPROVED BUDGET, MATERIALS LIST, SCIENTIFIC METHOD AND ENGINEERING DESIGN TO BEGIN BUILDING!
RETURN APPROVED BUDGET, MATERIALS LIST, SCIENTIFIC METHOD AND ENGINEERING DESIGN TO BEGIN BUILDING!BEGIN BUILDINGScience News
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study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment
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Population
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: all the organisms that belong to the same species living in a community.
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Community:
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all the populations of different species that live in an ecosystem.
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Habitat:
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place where an organism lives and that provides the types of food, shelter,
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moisture, and temperature needed for survival.
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Biodiversity:
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18321831203021292228variety of life in an ecosystem, most commonly measured by the number of
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species that live in a given area.
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Succession
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: natural, gradual changes in the types of species that live in an area; can be
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primary or secondary.
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Pioneer species
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: first organisms to grow in new or disturbed areas.
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Climax community:
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stable, end stage of ecological succession in which balance is in the
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absence of disturbance.
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Adaptations pg: 42-45
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Professional Development No Schoolorganism that cannot create energy-rich molecules but obtains its food by
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eating other organisms.
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Producer
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: organism, such as a green plant or alga, that uses an outside source of energy
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like the Sun to create energy-rich food molecules.
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Detritivores
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introduced species
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: species that moves into an ecosystem as a result of human
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actions.
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native species
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: original organisms in an ecosystem.
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