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Grade 8 science

A role of an organism in its environment niche
no living animals found anywhere in the world extinct
both organisms benefit mutalism
an organisms home habitat
list one organism you can think of Anything
The scientific name for the earth's waters hydrosphere
the network of interactions between living and nonliving things ecosystem
when organism lives in close relationship with another organism for the benfit of one or both symbiosis
when you have a relationship in which one species benefits and the other neigher benifits nor is harmed commensalism
when two organisms benefit mutualism
The gradual mixing of substances caused by the random movement of particles diffusion
the complete intermingling of two or more substances dissolve
describes non-lving parts of the environment abiotic
m mixture when two ro more parts can be seen by the unaided eye mechanical mixture
Things that help a organism live adaptations
to test things undr actual conditions of use field test
if salt dissolves in water salt is a solute
Are niche and habitat the same thing no
describes nonliving parts of the environment such as soil and water abiotic
name something that is biotic anything living
Is niche considered a role of an organism in its environment Yes
If you do a field test it is done in a lab no
A gradual change succession
In order for a scientific test to be reliable it must be repeatable
are random sampling and spot testing the same thing No
When metals are heated together until they melt and form a liquid they are called alloys
An organisms surrounding habitat
Plants that create their own food producers
to test a product every so often spot testing
When a species survives only in games or zoos extinct in the wild
What are the non-living parts of the enviornment abiotic
a large area of earth that has characteristics climate, soils, plants and animals biome
An organism that eats primary consumers secondary consumer
Particle moves freely and fills the container gas
particle takes the shape of the container liquid
when plants grow on an area where there has never been vegetation primary succession
Name one tertiary consumer ?????
Is select sampling a way to test a product no
A solvent does what? dissolves a solute
When one organism lives off another by hurting it parasitism
There are_______among particles spaces
paper is in the form of which state solid
How many layers on in a food pyramid four
Created by: fordr