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Set of genes possessed by an organism.
Species that are gone from the earth.
The change in the number of individuals during some period of time.
An ancestral species splitting into 2 or more descendants.
One species benefits at the expense of another.
A species whose abundance has dwindled severely.
The study of organism structure and function, including homeostasis and encompassing cells, tissues, organs, and body systems.
Pulls an organism closer to the initial state.
A system formed by the interaction of a community of organisms with their environment.
A characteristic that enhances the survival or reproduction of organisms, relative to earlier, non-modified organisms.
Differences in phenotye based on sex.
Regulate their body temperature.
Changes due to chance (founder effects and population bottlenecks).
How physically different species are from each other.
The origin of new genetic variation.
The number of species present in an ecosystem.
Movement of genes among populations
Living factors
Mutually detrimental interaction between individuals or species.
Species that still exist, but are no longer found in the area where they were once common.
Is the actual space where the species resides.
The various species in a given area at a particular point in time.
The physical expression of a genotype, in combination with the environment.
Characteristic exchanges within an ecosystem, involving decomposition and production of biomass, and energy and nutrient exchanges.
The product of one organism has a negative effect on another organism.
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Non-living factors (chemical, physical).
An interaction between two species where both derive a mutual benefit.
A group of interbreeding individuals and their offspring.
Number of species in a taxonomic group or geographical area.
Non-random differences in survival and reproduction among variable individuals on the basis of differences in heritable characteristics.
Relates to the evenness of distribution of individuals among a species in a community.
Number of individuals in an area.
The number of individuals who can be supported in a given area within natural resource limits, without degrading the natural social, cultural and economic environment.
The environment over which a species is known to occur and the type of community that formed as a result.
Adjustment by an individual organism to chronic stress.
Members who share common ancestors and descendants.
Pushes an organism farther and farther from the initial state.
Organisms that directly or indirectly modulate the availability of resources to other species, by causing physical state changes in biotic or abiotic materials.
(meaning different place) species is split due to a geographic barrier.
Two species interact but do not affect each other.
The variability among living organisms from all sources including terrestrial and marine.
One species benefits and the other is neither benefited or harmed.
the set of environmental conditions under which a species is able to persist..
Do not regulate their body temperature.
Descent with modification from common ancestors.
Resources and processes that are naturally supplied in the environment.
Members who contain only the last common ancestor, but no other descendants.
Maximum species richness occurs at an intermediate level of intensity and frequency, of natural disturbance.
Morphological changes from youth to old age.
(meaning same place) species is split by reproductive separation without any geographical barrier.

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