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Ecology terms

Producer Organisms that can make glucose during photosynthesis
Consumers Organisms that cannot make their own energy
Primary consumer cosumer that eats a producer to get energy
Herbivore Plant-eaters
Secondary Consumer A consumer that eats another consumer for energy
Carnivore Meat-eater
Tertiary consumer A consumer that eats a consumer that already at a consumer
Omnivores Eat plant and animals
Scavengers Consumers that eat other consumers that have already died
Food chain The transfer of energy from sun to producer to primary consumer to secondary consumer to tertiary consumer
Food webs They show the feeding relationshipin an ecosystem
Decomposers Organisms which break down dead organic matter so that the nutrients can be reused by plants
Ecosystem A system in which living things interact with themselves and their-non-living enviroment in such a way that the entire system is perpetuated
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