Tim's Mind Map

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1. Organisms

1.1. Animals

1.2. Bugs

1.3. Bacteria

1.4. Humans

2. Population

2.1. Multiple Animals

2.1.1. Gang of Weasels

2.2. Multiple bugs

2.2.1. Army of Ants

2.3. Multiple Bacteria

2.3.1. Culture of Bacteria

2.4. Human Groups

2.5. Multiple Plants and Trees

3. Community

3.1. A community is all the living factors in a certain ecosystem working together to make life possible

4. Ecosytem

4.1. abiotic and Biotic factors working together to affectively run a working system

5. Biomes

5.1. Desert Biome

5.2. Marine Biome

5.3. tundra Biome

5.4. Coniferous forest

5.5. Freshwater

5.6. Grassland/savannah

5.7. Rainforest

5.8. Temperate decidous forest

6. Ecological Succession: The process of life in for an ecosystem

7. Primary Succession: First time start of ecosystem

7.1. Secondary Succession: Second time start of ecosystem

7.2. Pioneer Species: A species that can thrive in starting ecosystems with little resources

7.3. Climax Communities: Considered the highest point in Ecological Succession

8. Population Growth: when a population grows

8.1. Population Growth Rate: the rate at which a population grows

9. Exponential Growth

9.1. J Curve

10. Impermeable: A surface that water doesn't penetrate

11. Wetlands: a natural runoff stopper

12. Aquifer: A natural water source

13. Food Chain

13.1. Producer:plant

13.1.1. Primary Consumer: mouse Secondary Consumer: fox Tertiary consumer: Hawk

13.2. Decomposer: worm

14. Food Web

15. Trophic Levels: Pyramid to show transfer of enery

16. Biotic factor: Anything living or something that was living in an ecosystem

17. Abiotic Factors: something that isn't and never was living

18. Biodiversity: the amount of different species in an ecosystem

19. Limiting Factors: Something to limit the growth of a species

19.1. Carrying Capactity: The max amount of one species an ecosystem can hold

20. S curve: Normal Population change

21. Watershed: an area in which all water runs of into a nearby lake, river, etc.

21.1. Storm water Runoff

22. Water Pollution

22.1. Point Source Pollution

22.2. Non-point source pollution

23. Natural Resource: Something that comes from nature

23.1. Renewable resource: somehting that can be renewed.

23.1.1. Nonrenewable Resource: something that can't be renewed.