Alex Land's Totally Awesome and Rad Mindmeister Project

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1. Levels of Oganization Pyramid

1.1. Organisms

1.1.1. A form of life.

1.1.1.1. Example: An ant

1.2. Populations

1.2.1. A group of the same species, in a given location.

1.2.1.1. Example: A colony of ants.

1.3. Communities

1.3.1. A population of different organisms that interact with one another.

1.3.1.1. Example: Ants attacking insects.

1.4. Ecosystems

1.4.1. A group of different organisms that interact with living, and the non-living.

1.4.1.1. Example: Ants picking up dirt to arrange their hill, while others are moving dead insects.

1.5. Biomes

1.5.1. A region of Earth that is inhabited by a community.

1.5.1.1. Example: Ants climbing through the woods, looking for food.

1.6. Biosphere

1.6.1. A layer of soil, water, and air, that can substain life.

1.6.1.1. Example: The Earth.

2. Trophic Levels

2.1. Producer

2.1.1. Example: A tree uses photosynthesis to get energy from the Sun.

2.2. Primary Consumer

2.2.1. Example: A ladybug eats a leaf of the tree for its food.

2.3. Secondary Consumers

2.3.1. Example: A monkey eats the ladybug as its prey.

2.4. Tertiary Consumer

2.4.1. Example: A lion snatches the monkey from the tree and eats it.

3. Food Chains and Food Webs

3.1. Food Webs

3.1.1. Picture:

3.2. Food Chain

3.2.1. Picture:

4. Biomes of the World

4.1. Rainforest

4.1.1. Picture:

4.2. Temperate Deciduous Forest

4.2.1. Picture:

4.3. Coniferous Forest

4.3.1. Picture:

4.4. Desert

4.4.1. Picture:

4.5. Tundra

4.5.1. Picture:

4.6. Grassland/Savannah

4.6.1. Picture:

4.7. Freshwater Biome

4.7.1. Picture:

4.8. Marine Biome

4.8.1. Picture:

5. Biotic Factors vs. Abiotic Factors

5.1. Biotic Definition

5.2. Abiotic Definition

6. Biodiversity

6.1. Hot Spots

7. Ecological Succession

7.1. Basic Types of Succession

7.1.1. Primary Succession

7.1.1.1. Example:

7.1.2. Secondary Succession

7.1.2.1. Example:

7.2. Pioneer Species

7.2.1. Picture:

7.3. Climax Community

7.3.1. Picture:

8. Limiting Factors

9. Carrying Capacity

10. Population Growth

11. Exponential Growth

11.1. Sustainability

11.1.1. Logistic growth

11.1.1.1. Hold Backs

11.1.1.1.1. Black Plague

11.1.1.2. Increases

11.1.1.2.1. Industrial Growth

12. The Curves

12.1. J-curve

12.2. S-curve

13. Population Growth Rate

14. Water Pollution

14.1. The Points

14.1.1. Point Source Pollution

14.1.2. Non-Point Source Pollution

14.2. Aquifer