Interactions of Living Things  Grade 7 Science 

Living organisms and non-living elements form ecosystems, with biotic and abiotic factors shaping habitats.

Ecosystem Components

Living beings, including plants and animals, are termed organisms, each playing a unique role in ecosystems.

Organism Identification

Groups of the same species constitute populations, exhibiting interactions and behaviors within their habitat.

Population Dynamics

Populations of various species coexist in communities, sharing geographic areas and ecological resources.

Community Formation

Natural selection drives organisms to adapt to their environment, evolving behaviors and physical traits for survival.

Adaptation Mechanisms

Organisms interact through competition, predation, and symbiotic relationships, shaping ecosystem dynamics and biodiversity.

Interactions in Ecosystems

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