Interdependence of Life explores the interactions between organisms and the environments in which they live—Earth spheres, ecosystems, abiotic factors, biotic factors, population characteristics, limiting factors, and carrying capacity—as well as species relationships.
Organisms and Their Environment – Earth’s spheres; ecosystems; abiotic and biotic factors; population characteristics; limiting factors; carrying capacity
Species Relationships – Competition, symbiosis, and predation; food chains and webs
Population Balance in Biomes – Biomes; dynamic equilibrium
Agents of Change in Ecosystems – Natural disasters; human impact; ecological succession