What Is the Study of the Interaction of Living and Nonliving Things in the Enviroment?

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The study of interactions between organisms and living and nonliving things is referred to as ecology. There are different types of ecology such as human, plant, and molecular.
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Living things (biotic) use each other and non living (abiotic) to survive.
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An ecosystem is all the organisms (living things like plants, animals, bacteria etc) in a place, plus all their interactions (eat, be eaten, shaded, nest holes, pollination etc. etc
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For example, flowers open in response to temperature, or sunlight (or the lack of it). Many flowers grow towards the sunlight to face a particular direction.
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