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Unit E

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Ecologists scientists who study relationships between organisms and environments example:Tina Booton
Introduced Species a species that was introduced to an area that it didn't start in example: zebra mussel
Plankton microscopic animals and plants
Photosynthesis plants use sunlight as energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into food CO2+H2O-O2+C6H22O11
Producers are able to produce their own sugar example: plants
Consumers organisms that get their energy by eating organisms example: humans
Food Webs feeding relationships in an ecosystem (graph) example: a food web would have owls, mice, and grass
Endothermic characterized by or formed with absorption of heat (warm-blooded) example: humans
Ectothermic deriving heat from without the body (cold-blooded) example: snakes
Carrying Capacity the maximum population that an area will support without becoming worse example: zebra mussels
Food Chain a sequence of organisms in a community in which each feds on others example: grass-mouse-owls
Decomposers an organism that feeds on and breaks down dead pants or animal matter example: worms
Created by: buster3