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Ch.5 Vocabualry-G4

Ch.5 Vocabulary-Houghton Mifflin

Ecosystem All of the living and nonliving things that interact in an area
Organic Matter The remains of plants and animals
Soil The loose material made of rock, minerals, and organic matter that covers much of Earth's surface
Community The living things in an ecosystem
Environment Everything that surrounds and affects a living thing
Population All the members of one kind of plant or animal in a community
Prairie A grassy area with few trees
Rainforest An area with warm temperatures all year an a lot of sunlight and rainfall
Temperate Zone An area of Earth where the temperature rarely gets very hot or very cold
Consumer An animal that gets energy by eating plants or other animals
Pollinator An animal that helps plants make seeds
Producer An organism that makes its own food
Reproduction The process of making more of one's own kind
Seed Dispersal The scattering of seeds from the plant that produced them
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