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An organism that eats meat in order to survive. carnivore
Every foot chain/web must start with these. producers
Provide some examples of decomposers. worms, fungi, mushrooms
What is an ecosystem made of? abiotic and biotic factors.
One ant is considered an.... individual or organism
In order to have a community you must have... more than one population
A dog and a flea is an example of this type of symbiotic relationship. parasitism
Explan mutualism. A symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit.
In commensalism.... one organism benefits while the other is neither helped nor harmed.
An consumer that eats only producers is an... herbivore
An ecosystem only has enough food, water, space, and shelter to support a certain amount of organisms. This is called... carrying capacity
What are the 4 limiting factors. food, water, space, and shelter
Explain what would happen to the producers in an area if there was a drought. They would begin to die, affecting the rest of the food chain.
I am the brain center of the cell. I control its functions. nucleus
The process producers use to make food is called. photosynthesis
I am the organelle that aids in photosynthesis. chloroplasts
Cytoplasm is the.... jellylike substance that fills the cell and holds the organelles in place.
If food was limited in an ecosystem, what would happen to the consumers that depend on that fod for survival? They would begin to compete for food. Parts of the population may eventually die out.
A bear that eats fish and berries is an... omnivore
What is the difference between a scavenger and a decomposer? A scavenger does not "hunt" and kill its prey; it's already dead/decaying.
Created by: MrsByrne