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Q1W3 Science

Community Interactions

What is a group of plants, animals and other organisms that interact with each other and their environment within an area to form an ecological unit? ecosystem
What is usually a green plant that produces its own food by photosynthesis? producer
What is an organism which eats both plant and animal matter? omnivore
What is an organism that obtains nutrients from the blood or flesh of an animal? carnivore
What is an organism such as bacteria and fungi that breaks down dead organisms and their wastes? decomposer
What is a relationship in which two species live together in a close long-term association? symbiosis
What is a symbiotic relationship in which both participating species benefit? mutualism
What is a symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits and one is neither harmed nor helped? commensalism
What is a symbiotic relationship in which one organism feeds on and usually lives on or in another, harming the host? parasatism
Created by: kmn1234