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Albert's Mind Map Vocab Project by Mind Map: Albert
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Albert's Mind Map Vocab Project

Levels of Organization

Organism

Population

Community

Ecosystem

Grassland

Tundra

Desert

Marine Biome

Rainforest

Freshwater

Coniferous Forest

Temperate Deciduous Forest

Biome

Biosphere

Trophic Levels

10% of the energy from the plant/animal passed on to its consumer when it is eaten.

Producer

Primary Consumer

Secondary Consumer

Tertiary Consumer

tertiary consumers end up with .1% of the energy.

Food Chain

A food web is the best way to show an ecosystem. It show a lot of animals and what they eat. It is a good way to show how energy is transfered because it shows that each animal eats a variety of things and usually eaten by a variety of things.

Ecosystem

Biotic Factors

Abiotic Factors

Food Web

A food web is a simple but inaccurate way to show and ecosystems food chain. It only shows one thing that each animal eats, when they really eat a variety of animals.

Ecosystem

Biotic Factors

Abiotic factors

Biodiversity

Hotspots

Ecological succession

Primery succession

Pioneer species

Climax comunities

Secondary succession

After primary succession, If a disaster happens and all of the species are gone then secondary succession occurs.

Natural disasters, Hurricane, Tornado, Flood

Abandoned farm lands

Nuclear Disaster

Limiting factors

black plague

food

prey

water

weather

polution

disease

Water Polution

Point source

Non Point Source

Aquifer

Industrial revolution

Advancements in medicine and health care greatly increased the average life expectancy.

Population Growth

Population growth rate

Logistic Growth

Exponetial growth

On a graph exponential growth looks like a J-curve.

Carrying capacity, Sustainability, S-curve

J-curve