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Terms and Definitions. Match the following terms and definitions Chemical reactions that result in loss of energy as heat from a system The count of the number of species occurring in a community cold northern forest tropical grassland dominated by distinct wet and dry seasons contains 50% of all known plant and animal species Law of thermodynamics states that when energy is transferred or transformed, part of the energy assumes a form that cannot pass on any further two types of interspecific competition ratio of food assimilated into biomass to the food ingested ratio of productivity from one trophic level to the trophic level that feeds on it. 
Species that do not feed but are at are fed upon location in a food web where and organism from which an organism obtains its energy secondary compounds produced by plants to reduce digestability two species with the exact same ecological requirements cannot coexist 
adaptations to increase predator efficiency that are matched by adaptations for prey avoidance a species expands its niche in response to removal of a competitor species whose effect on the community is disproportionate to their numerical abundnce predicts the time an individual should stay in a resource patch before leaving to seek another Use of the same resources by two or more species the relationship between the per capita rate of consumption and the number of prey full range of activities and relationships an organism could occupy in the absence of competition 
basal species
Competitive exclusion principles
Trophic level 
Fundamental niche
Species richness
Assimilation efficiency
Marginal value theorem
Overgrowth and encounter
Competitive release
Trophic efficiency
Keystone species
Tropical rain forest
Functional response
Quantatitive inhibitors 
Niche overlap

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