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IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT

IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
IB Biology (2009) - Topic 5.1 - Communities and Ecosystems PPT
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This powerpoint presentation covers Topic 5.1 (Communities and Ecosystms) in the IB Biology curriculum. Each slide is labelled with the specific learning objective and animation/video links are provided in the slide notes.

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**IB Biology Learning Objectives

5.1.1 – Define species, habitat, population , community, ecosystem and ecology

5.1.2 – Distinguish between autotroph and heterotroph

5.1.3 – Distinguish between consumers, detritivores and saprotrophs.

5.1.4 – Describe what is meant by a food chain, giving three examples each with at least three linkages (four organisms)

5.1.5 – Describe what is meant by a food web

5.1.6 – Define trophic level.

5.1.7 – Deduce the trophic level of organisms in a food chain and a food web

5.1.8 – Construct a food web containing up to 10 organisms, using appropriate information.

5.1.9 – State that light is the initial energy source for almost all communities.

5.1.10 – Explain the energy flow in a food chain. Energy losses between trophic levels include material not consumed or material not assimilated and heat loss through cell respiration.

5.1.12 – Explain reasons for the shape of pyramids of energy.

5.1.13 – Explain that energy enters and leaves ecosystems, but nutrients must be recycled.

5.1.14 – State that saprotrophic bacteria and fungi (decomposers) recycle nutrients.
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