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Biology by Mind Map: Biology

1. Orginization

1.1. Biosphere

1.1.1. The enire world's ecosystems combined

1.2. Ecosystem

1.2.1. A larger community

1.3. Community

1.3.1. A group of populations

1.4. Population

1.4.1. A group of the same orginisms

1.5. Orginisim

1.5.1. A lving thing

2. Factors

2.1. Biotic

2.1.1. Factors effeced by biolgical factors.

2.2. Abiotic

2.2.1. Factors that are not biological

3. Ecological Roles

3.1. Producers

3.2. Consumers

3.2.1. Types

3.2.1.1. Secondary

3.2.1.1.1. Consume Producers

3.2.1.2. Teritary

3.2.1.2.1. Consume Secondary

3.3. Decomoposers

3.3.1. Recycle energy

3.4. Energy flow

3.4.1. The Dition in which energy flows through a food chain

4. Symbosis

4.1. Mutuaism

4.1.1. Where both orginisms benefit

4.2. Commensalism

4.2.1. One Orgism benefits, the other is unharmed

4.3. Parasitism

4.3.1. Were a parisite feeds off a host

5. Trophic Levels

5.1. Food Web

5.2. Food Chain

6. Biomes

6.1. Borreal Forest

6.2. Temperate Rainforest

6.3. Grassland

6.3.1. Tropical

6.3.2. Temperate

6.4. Tundra

6.5. Temperate Deciduous Forest

6.6. Tropical Rainforset

6.7. Desert

6.7.1. Cold

6.7.2. Hot

6.8. Permanent Ice

7. Evolution

7.1. Adaptaion

7.1.1. Adaptive Radiation

7.2. Natural selection

7.2.1. Profileration

7.3. Mimicry

7.4. Coevoluion

7.4.1. When prey evolve to match

7.5. Biodiversity

8. Cycles

8.1. Carbon

8.2. Phosphourus

8.3. Nitrogen

8.4. Preditor Prey Cycle

9. Extremeophiles

9.1. Acidophile

9.1.1. Very Acidic Enviroments

9.2. Alkaliphile

9.2.1. Very Basic Enviroments

9.3. Endolith

9.3.1. Deep Enviroments

9.4. Xerophiles

9.4.1. Driest Enviroments

9.5. Polyextemophiles

9.5.1. Multiple extreme Enviroments

9.6. Hyperthermophile

9.6.1. Very Hot enviroments

10. Community

10.1. Climax community

10.2. Extinction

10.3. Extripation

10.4. Keystone Species

10.5. Ecological Sucession

11. Competition

11.1. Interspecific

11.1.1. Bettween diffrent species

11.2. Intraspecific

11.2.1. Within the same species

12. Bioaccumulation

12.1. Biomagnification

12.1.1. The further up the food chain bioaccumulation goes

12.2. When toxins accumulate in orginisms

13. Pyramids

13.1. Energy

13.2. Numbers

13.3. Biomass