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jac science 2


Carbon dioxide cycle exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen from one organism to another
carbon dioxide gas needed by plants to makie food
decomposer organisms that get energy by causing dead organisms to decay
consumers organisms that get their energy from other organisms
germination sprouting of new plant structures
water cycle the circular pathway in which water moves through an ecosystem
transpiration process by which plants give off water from their leaves
larva young animal that looks completely different from its parents
metamorphosis the complete change of an organism's body from one form to another form
pupa stage after the larva stops feeding, in which many changes take place
producer green plants that use the sun's energy and other substances to make their own food
energy pyramid shows the flow of energy from sun to plants to animals
life cycle stages that living things go through
oxygen gas needed by animals to use energy
1st level of pyramid sun
sun the main source of energy for the producers
2nd level producers
producers bring energy from nonliving sources into the community (from the sun)
3rd level primary consumers
primary consumers get energy from the producers, which makes them herivores in most communities
4th level secondary consumers
secondary consumers get energy from the primary consumers, which makes them carnivores
tertiary consumers get energy from the secondary consumers
primary consumers are herbivores or carnivores? herbivores
secondary consumers are herbivores or carnivores? carnivores
Created by: keel