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Cubangbang #129282

Cubangbang's 7thB Ch.22 Organism Relationships Stack #129282

Ecological pyramids an illustration shaped like a pyramid and divided into layers to show the energy relationships between organisms in an ecosystem
Herbivores organisms that eat plants
Parasite a smaller organism that obtains its energy and materials from a larger organism called the host
Carnivores animals that eat other animals
Biomass the mass of living material produced by a given area
Omnivores organisms that eat both plants and animals
Predator an animal that feeds on other animals
Tapeworm a parasite that lives in a human’s intestine, but usually doesn’t kill the person
Prey the animal that the predator eats
Independent organism an organism that exists without the aid of other members of the same species that live together
Animal society a group of animals of the same species that live together
Social insects an insect that lives in a colony usually exhibits some division of labor
Pecking order a system of rank that occurs among a group of chickens
Commensalism a relationship in which one organism benefits and the other one is not helped or harmed
Scavenger an animal that eats dead or decaying matter
Mutualism a relationship that is beneficial to both organism involved
Obligatory mutualism mutualism in which both organisms must be together or they will die
Mimicry when one organism looks like another
Created by: jcubangbang