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decomposer An organism that gets energy receding on dead materials and water. They use sugars from dead materials to get energy. They then give of carbon dioxide.
microorganism An organism that cannot be seen without the aid of a microscope. Bacteria and some fungi are microscopic.
yeast A single celled fungus, yeast remains dormant when it's dry. It begins to grow in warm moist environments. Yeast uses sugar for food
The process of a plant The seed is dug then needs water it has to be the perfect temperature and the plant would germinate
petal To attract bees and insects with there bright colors and smells. It protects the male and female.
sepal To protect the flower bud and to support the flower.
pistil The female part of the flower
stigma To attract pollen with its sticky top
style To protect the pollen as it travels to the ovary
ovary To hold the eggs that will combine with the pollen grain.
nectary To produce nectar that attracts pollinators
receptacle It provides support to the flower
Stamen Male part of flower
Anther To make pollen
Filament To give support to the anther
photosynthesis the process that plants and other producers use to make food carbon dioxide, water, and energy from the sun are combined to create sugar and oxygen. The sugar is stored so that the plantain photosynthesize when there is no sun and the oxygen is relased in
Consumer An organism that gets energy by eating other organisms. All animals are consumers
Carnivores An animal that catches and eats other live animals
Herbivores An animal that eats only plants
Omnivores An animal that eats both plants and animals
Nymph The immature form of an insect that is the second stage of incomplete metamorphosis. Nymphs look like small adults but they have no wings or reproductive body parts,
incomplete metamorphosis A change in body form that takes place in some animals. There are 3 stages: Egg, nymph, and adult
primary producer organism that makes their own food from sunlight and/or chemical energy from deep sea vents are the base of every food chain. These are called autographs
primary consumer animals that eat primary producers they are also called herbivores
secondary consumer eat primary consumers they are carnivores and omnivores
tertiary consumer eat secondary consumer.
Created by: tuds