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ecology study of interactions between organisms and their environment
biosphere layer of Earth that supports life
biotic factors living factors in an environment
abiotic factors nonliving factors in an environment
food chain energy passing from one living thing to another
producers make their own food
consumers cannot make their own food
decomposers break down molecules and return nutrients to the soil
herbivores plant eaters
carnivores meat eaters
omnivores plant and meat eaters
food web many food chains linked together
predator animal that stalks and eats other animals
prey animal that is captured and eaten
symbiosis living together
herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores What are the three types of consumers?
carnivore What type of consumer is a tiger?
herbivore What type of consumer is a squirrel?
herbivore What type of consumer is a deer?
use energy from the sun How do producers make food?
producer What type of consumer is considered the "bottom" of the food chain?
fungi, bacteria, mushroom Give two examples of a decomposer.
humans, bears Give two examples of an omnivore.
plants, mammals, amphibians, reptiles Give two examples of biotic factors.
soil, light, temperature, moisture, air Give two examples of abiotic factors.
biome a large area on the Earth's surface that is defined by the types of animals and plants living there
rainforest, desert, ice caps, tundra, savanna, grassland List three types of biomes.
Created by: Mills, Susan