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Life Science

plant and animal

Organism All living things
Photosynthesis The process in which plants make their own food.
Stomata Tiny holes on leaves that allow gases to enter or leave a plant
Adaptation A change in a plant or animal that makes it better able to live in a particular place or situation.
Life Cycle The stages of development an animal goes through
Consumer Animals that cannot make their own food.
Herbivore Animals that eat only plants
Carnivores Animals that eat other animals
Omnivores Animals that eat both plants and other animals
Decomposer Organisms that break down plants and animals and animal waste. This helps plants get the nutrients they need.
Food Chain The path of energy from the sun to a plant to an animal to another animal
Food Web All of the overlapping food chains
Humus Decaying material in the soil which is makes it rich in nutrients.
Loam Topsoil rich in nutrients
Inherited traits Genes passed down from parents to their offspring ex: eye color
Instinctive Behavior Behaviors inherited from parents. ex: breathing
Learned Behavior Behaviors that are taught to an animal. ex:Dog catching a ball
Created by: ejohns02