Asked in ScienceBiology
The study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with the nonliving part of their environment?
What is the study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with the nonliving part of their environment?
What is the study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and their physical environment?
Asked in Relationships, Science Experiments
The study of relationships and interactions of living organisms with one another and their environment is called what?
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is a another word for are nonliving and living items that are in an environment?
Asked in Science, Biology, Ecology and Bionomics
What do you call a person who studies the relationship of living things and their nonliving environment?
Asked in Ecosystems, Continents
Are ecosystems found in every continent?
every continent except Antarctica Another Answer Antarctica has ecosystems. We don't know alot about them, so we humans study them intensely. From Wikipedia: "An ecosystem is a biological environment consisting of all the organisms living in a particular area, as well as all the nonliving, physical components of the environment with which the organisms interact, such as air, soil, water and sunlight"
Asked in Science, Biology, Ecosystems
What are the major types of interactions among organisms?
Asked in Biology, Ecosystems, Biomes, Forestry
How do the biotic and abiotic components change the equilibrium of the ecosystems?
Abiotic components are nonliving and consist of soil, minerals, air, water, and sunlight. Biotic components are living organisms of the ecosystem. Ecosystem is a community of organisms interacting with one another and within their environment. There are a vast number of species living in any ecosystem and these organisms depend on one another and their environment for sources of food and energy. Matter is recycled through ecosystems, and the amount of life any environment can support is limited by the available energy, oxygen, water, and minerals. Interactions with biotic and abiotic factors cause the ecosystem to constantly shift and adjust to maintain balance in the system. An example would be Pine Trees. A shortleaf pine grows in drier soils and the loblolly pine needs a moister site. Pines also needs sunlight to thrive and may not thrive from shadying of their own trees, thus making room for Oak trees to grow.
Asked in Animal Life, Ecosystems, Biomes
How do different environments support varieties of organisms?
Each organism has adaptations for its specific environment. Those adaptations will allow it to survive easily in one environment, but may make it impossible for that organism to survive in another environment. For example, a polar bear can live in the Arctic, but it would die of heat stroke within hours if you took it the Sahara Desert. Because each environment supports different adaptations, different organisms live in each environment, and each environment adds to the variety of organisms on Earth.
What is chemical composition of living organisms?
Chemical composition of living organisms is the collections of inanimate molecules(carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus etc.) that constitute living organisms their interactions with another to maintain life and solely governed by physical and chemical laws governing the non living universe.
Asked in Biology
What makes an environment favourable for organisms to live in?
Asked in Ecosystems
Why does one change in an ecosystem often lead to other changes in the ecosystem?
What is the relationship in which organisms struggle with one another and their environment to obtain the material they need to live known as?