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Ecological Relationships by Mind Map: Ecological Relationships
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Ecological Relationships

Food Chains

Predators

Prey

Producers

Pyramids

Primary Consumer

Secondary Consumer

Tertiary Consumer

Habitats

A Pond Habitat

A Woodland Habitat

Grassland

Animal Kingdoms

Invertebrate

Arthopods

Molluscs

Echinoderms

Cnidarians

Flatworms

Roundworms

Sponges

Annelids

Vertebrates

Amphibians

Birds

Fish

Mammals

Reptiles

Plant Kingdoms

Mosses

reproduce by spores

Ferns

reproduce by spores

Confiers

reproduce using seeds

needle-shaped leaves

Flowering Plants

reproduce using seeds

large, flat leaves

have flowers

Adaptation

Earthworm

Soft Slimy skin

Bristles

Moves away from light

Limpet

Sucker at bottom

Hard Shell

Water Milfoli

Long floppy stem

Leaves only present near water

Rabbit

Large Ears

Powerful hind legs

Ecological Terms

Community

Different organisms living in the same place.

Ecologist

A person who studies habitats

Environment

The surroundings of an organism

Habitat

The place where an organism lives

Humidity

How much water vapour is in the air

Light intensity

How bright the light is

Microhabitat

Small area in a habitat where the organisms live

Population

The number of organisms of one species living in a habitat.

Quadrat

A sampling square used to estimate plant populations.

Animal Classification

Kingdom

Phylum

Class

Order

Family

Genus

Species