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Kelsey's Mind Map Project by Mind Map: Kelsey
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Kelsey's Mind Map Project

Levels of Organization


Any form of life


Populations of living organisms that interact with one another in an ecosystem


Group of individuals of the same species found in a given area or located in the same area ata given time

Black Plague

Population Growth

Industrial Revolution

Population Growth Rate, Sustainability, Logistic Growth, S-Curve, Exponential Growth, J-Curve


A group of living organisms that interact with one another and the nonliving physical environment as one unit.


Geographic region of Earth that is inhabited by a community of distinct types of plants and associated animal species. Smiliar areas all over Earth


Temperate Deciduous Forest

Coniferous Forest




Freshwater Biome

Marine Biome


Layer of soil, water, and air that sustains life. Ex: Earth is our biosphere.

Energy transfer

Food Chain

Food chains show the wequence in whixh energy is transferred from one organism to the next as one eats the other.

Food Web

Food webs show us what an ecosystem really looks like. Food Webs are really a whole bunch of food chains. They show us that organisms eat a lot more than jsut one thing.

Trophic Levels

The levels of comsumers, every level gets only 10% of what it eats.


Primary Consumer

Secondary Consumer

Tertiary Consumer


Biodiversity is the degree of variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, biome, hotspots, or an entire planet. Biodiversity is a measure of the health of ecosystems. It consists  of biotic and abiotic factors.

Biotic Factors

Any living thing that was once living or is living

Abiotic Factors

Any non-living thing that isn't or never was alive

Hot Spots

Ecological Succession

Ecological Succession means a process in which the communities of an ecosystem change over time

Primary Succession

Primary Succession  is the process of emergence of an ecosystem where it has never previously existed. Ex: sides of a volcano

Secondary Succession

Secondary Succession is the process that begins in an ecosystem when something has disturbed or destroyed the natural community. (Tornado)

Climax Community

Climax Community is a community that keeps a fairly constant number and variety of organisms for a long period of time; forms in the last stage of succession. ( Grasses in Prairies, Trees in forests)

Limiting Factors

Carrying Capacity

Pioneer Species

Pioneer Species are the hardy species that establish itself at the start of te process of succession. Ex: mosses and lichens

Water Pollution

Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans and groundwater). Water pollution occurs when pollutants are discharged directly or indirectly into bodies of water.

Point Source

Point Source- pollution that comes from a single source, such as a factory or wastewater treatment plant.

Non-point Source

Non-point Source- a large amount of water pollution does not come from a single point but from many different sources.


Aqulifer- body of permeable rock that can contain of transmit groundwater.