In biology, an organism is any living system (such as animal, plant, fungus, or micro-organism).
Producer, Grass, Algae, Trees, Weeds
Primary Consumer, Deer, Krill, Giraffe, Duck
Secondary Consumer, Wolf, Whale, Leapard, Fox
Tertiary Consumer, Bear, Killer Whale, Lion, Mountain Lion
Decomposers, Fungi, Bacteria, Dung Beetle, Worm
In biology, a population is the collection of inter-breeding organisms of a particular species.
Herd of Sheep
School of Fish
Pack of Wolves
In biological terms, a community is a group of interacting organisms sharing an environment.
An ecosystem is a system of interdependent organisms which share the same habitat, in an area functioning together with all of the physical (abiotic) factors of the environment.
Biomes are climatically and geographically defined areas of ecologically similar climatic conditions such as communities of plants, animals, and soil organisms.
Temperate Deciduous Forest
A thing that lives, was living, or was part of something that did live
A thing that is dead and had not lived or ever will live
A "web" style chain with arrows pointing in the direction of energy transfer
Food chains describe the eating relationships between species within an ecosystem or a particular living place.
Variety of Organisms
Extinct Species, Dodo, Tyrannosaurus, Passenger Pigeon, Dimetrodon, Caribbean Monk Seal
Extinct in the Wild Species, Alagoas Curassow
Threatened Species, Critically Endangered Species, Javan Rhino, Arakan Forest Turtle, Brazilian Merganser, Gharial, Endangered Species, Siberian Tiger, Blue Whale, Giant Panda, Albatross, Snow Leopard, Vulnerable Species, Cheetah, Lion, Polar Bear, Manatee, Wolverine
Conservation Dependent Species, Leopard Shark, Black Caiman, Spotted Hyena
Near Threatened Species, Blue-Billed Duck, Solitary Eagle, Small-Clawed Otter, Maned Wolf
Least Concern Species, Wood Pigeon, Harp Seal, Nootka Cypress
Areas of high biodiversity
An indicator species is any biological species that defines a trait or characteristic of the environment.It can indicate an environmental condition such as a disease, pollution or climate change.
Succession of organisms in an area where no ecosystem existed before
Nudation, Pioneer Species
Invasion, Small Shrubs
Competition, Large Bushes and Shrubs
Reaction, Young Trees
Stabilization, Climax Community
Succession of organisms in an area where an ecosystem previously existed
J-Curve, Exponential Growth
Highest, New node