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Organisms in their Environment

bacteria in soil changes this to a form that can be used by plants nitrogen
able to make own food producer
burning these increases the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere fossil fuels
all possible feeding relationships in an ecosystem food web
process by which green plants use light energy from the sun to make food photosynthesis
water,elements,and nutrients being used more than once recycling
increases species' chances of survival varied diet
passed from organism to organism in food energy
mold and mushrooms are members of this kingdom fungus
parts include evaporation,clouds,and rain water cycle
organism that gets food by breaking down dead organisms into nutrients decomposer
a single line of interactions that show energy transfer in an ecosystem food chain
one gas is used for respiration and the waste product is used for photosynthesis oxygen-carbon dioxide cycle
nitrogen is used by most organisms to make this product protein
can't make it's own food consumer
Created by: Kellsi Nichols