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Quiz 11-17 5th

Vocabulary quiz 5th grade 11-17

TermDefinition
Competition the struggle of organisms for the same resources needed for survival
Food chain a series of steps by which energy moves from one type of living thing to another
Ecology the study of organisms and their interactions with one another and with the physical and chemical environment around them
Food web a diagram that combines many food chains into one diagram. It is used to see how different food chains are connected in an ecosystem.
Symbiosis a long-term relationship between two different organisms
Environment all of the conditions surrounding an organism. These conditions meet the needs of the organism
Nutrition needing food and or minerals for respiration
Reproduce the ability to make offspring. This keeps the species in existence
Sensitive responding and reacting to the environment
Growth becoming larger or stronger
Excrete getting rid of waste
Movement the ability to move
Regulation limits that are put on how many animals a person can hunt or fish for
Glucose a sugar that is an important energy source for living organisms
Carrying capacity the number of organisms that can live in a habitat
Created by: abrock22