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11 Science Mind Map on Ecology, created by A P on 01/28/2014.

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1 Ecosystem
1.1 abiotic
1.2 biotic
1.2.1 producer photosynthesis CO2 gas + water + sunlight glucose + oxygen gas cellular respiration
1.2.2 consumer herbivore carnivore omnivore detrivore scavenger decomposer
2 biodiversity
2.1 among ecosystems
2.2 genetic diversity
2.3 within a species
3 biosphere
3.1 atmosphere
3.2 lithosphere
3.2.1 loam soil
3.2.2 clay soil
3.2.3 sandy soil
3.2.4 layers topsoil subsoil bedrock
3.3 hydrosphere
3.4 biomes
3.4.1 ecosystems niches community habitat population species
3.4.2 terrestrial deciduous forest boreal forests tundra grasslands temperate coniferous
3.4.3 aquatic marine freshwater
4 energy flow
4.1 nutrients
4.1.1 COHN
4.1.2 cycles water cycle nitrogen cycle nitrogen-fixation nitogen gas>nitrates/ammonia nitrification ammonia>nitrates>NO2>N2 dentrification nitrates>nitrites>N2 carbon cycle processes cellular respiration photosynthesis reservoirs ocean forests
4.2 relationships
4.2.1 energy pyramid 10% is passed on
4.2.2 food chain
4.2.3 food web
5 Population
5.1 carrying capacity
5.1.1 limiting factors abiotic sunlight water soil air biotic competition predation symbiosis commensalism mutualism parasitism disease-causing organisms
5.2 Species at risk
5.2.1 extirpated
5.2.2 endangered
5.2.3 threatened
5.2.4 special concern
5.2.5 Strategies Ex-situ In-situ ecological footprint
6 sustainability
6.1 human activity
6.1.1 habitat change habitat fragmentation soil erosion
6.1.2 overexploitation cod water
6.1.3 pollution acid rain water quality heavy metals bioaccumulation biomagnification pesticides
6.1.4 climate change
6.1.5 invasive species
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