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Biology 101: Humankind in the biotic world
by Simon & Schuster Custom Publishing
Written in English
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Introduction to Biology — Open & Free. List the characteristics of life and apply them to identify an item as biotic (living) or abiotic (nonliving). Explain how science uses the method of reproducible experiments and verifiable observations to understand the physical world. Learn what they are as Crash Course Biology takes its final voyage outside the body and into the entire world. Stay tuned in the coming weeks for a new Crash Course in ECOLOGY! For the last
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ECOLOGY - Reading (pages , , , , ) Ecology Deals with interactions among organisms Interactions between organisms and the environment Dependent on Biotic factors-Effect of living organisms in the environment, both direct and indirect Abiotic factors – effect of non-living – water, oxygen, light, temperature, soil, organic and inorganic nutrients. 1. The world population reached billion in 2. Each year about 90 million more people are born: 10, per hour. B. How We Began Sidestepping Controls. 1. Humans expanded into new habitats and climatic zones. 2. Agriculture increased the carrying capacity of the land to support humans .
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