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Biocomplexity and interactions within an environment
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    Biocomplexity and interactions within an environment

    Each group of students will create a visual representation that illustrates biocomplexity and interactions within their environment.

    Each visual poster or power point will include a depiction across systems (starting from the biosphere and going to the habitat of an organism in their environment.

    The following items will be included on your representation: biosphere, biome, ecosystem, community, population, organism, habitat, and niche.

    Make sure to include abiotic and biotic factors.

    You should be able to explain how the organism you chose uses energy and matter to survive in the ecosystem near the school.

    Be prepared to explain how your organism maintains homeostasis.

    50 points.

     

     

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