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Science Chapter 6

Ecosystem All the living and nonliving things in an area and their interactions.
Habitat A place that provides all things a organism needs to live.
Population A group of one species in a area
Community A different population in a area
bionic living
abiontic nonliving
Niche The role that a organism plays in its ecosystem
Carrying Capacity The number of organisms that can live in a area.
Predator the one that hunts and eats other animals
Prey the one that gets hunted and eaten
Consumers can’t make their own food and get energy from other producers of consumers
herbivores Eat only plants
Carnivores Eat only other animals
Omnivores eat plants and animals
Scavengers eats dead animals
Decomposers get energy by breaking down wastes and dead organisms
Food Chain a series of steps showing how energy moves from biotic factor to another.
Food Web a diagram of many different food chains
Symbiosis a long-term relationship between two different organisms.
Parasites live inside or outside another organism taking nutrients from that organism.
Created by: alex-fulkerson