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Energy Cycle

Energy Cycle in Living Things

carbon dioxide a gas that is used, along with water and chlorophyll, to help make photosynthesis work
carnivore consumer that only eats other animals
chlorophyll a green material that exists in chloroplasts. This traps the suns energy that the chloroplasts need to run the "food factories".
chloroplast Plant cells contain these structures which are the food factories in plant cells
consumer organisms that eat other organisms
decomposer an organism that gets its energy by breaking down and feeding on dead organisms
ecosystem these vary in size, a place where any group of living and nonliving things interact with each other
food chain shows the path of energy as it flows from one organism to the next
food web is a diagram of several connected food chains
glucose an energy rich sugar that is produced when cholorplasts break down water and carbon dioxide.
herbivore a consumer that only eats plants
omnivore a consumer that eats both plants and animals
organisms an individual form of life, such as, a plant or an animal
oxygen a gas that is given off by the process of photosynthesis.
photosynthesis the process by which plants use sunlight to make food
stomata plants take in carbon dioxide through small pores, or openings, on the underside of the leaf.
Created by: Dianesue