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1. Habit
The growth form of a plant, comprising its size, shape, texture and orientation.

2. Habitat
* The physical location or type of environment in which an organism or biological population lives or occurs. * The place occupied by an organism, population, or community. It is the physical part of the community structure in which an organism finds its home, and includes the sum total of all the environmental conditions present in the specific place occupied by an organism . Often a habitat is defined to include a whole community of organisms.

3. Habitat component (habitat attribute)
A single element (e.g., velocity, depth, cover, etc.) of the habitat or environment in which a fish or other aquatic species or population may live or occur.

4. Habitat disruption
A disturbance of the physical environment in which a population lives.

5. Habitat type
A land or aquatic unit, consisting of an aggregation of habitats having equivalent structure, function, and responses to disturbance.

6. Habituation
The tendency of some neuron s to require either a stronger nerve signal or a longer recharge period before it can fire again, if it has been triggered recently.

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