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  1. page Introduced Species edited ... Some of the introduced species survive however, and may disrupt their new community. Some pre…
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    Some of the introduced species survive however, and may disrupt their new community.
    Some prey on native species and some may also outcompete native species that have similar niches.
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  3. page Succession edited ... Then grasses, shrubs and trees appear. Secondary Succession occurs when a disturbance damages…
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    Then grasses, shrubs and trees appear.
    Secondary Succession occurs when a disturbance damages an existing community, but leaves the soil intact.
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  5. page Competition edited ... A niche includes an organisms habitat, it's food sources, the time of day it is most active, …
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    A niche includes an organisms habitat, it's food sources, the time of day it is most active,
    and many other factors specific to that organisms way of life.
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  6. page Levels of Relationships edited ... Communities: {people.jpg} ... interactions among arganisms organisms in a Ecosystems:…
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    Communities:
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    interactions among arganismsorganisms in a
    Ecosystems:
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  7. page The Environment edited ... Biotic and abiotic factors are an interdependent relationship. If one biotic or abiotic fact…
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    Biotic and abiotic factors are an interdependent relationship.
    If one biotic or abiotic factor are changed, the whole ecosystem can be altered.
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