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JP food webs

food webs and classification

The ways in which the organisms in an ecosystem interact with one another according to what they eat. Food Chain
Shows the interaction of many different food chains in a single ecosystem. Food Web
An organism that makes its own food. Producer
An organism in a community that must eat to get the energy it needs. Consumer
Consumer that breaks down the tissues of dead organisms. Decomposer
Animals that eat only meat Carnivore
Animals that eat only plants Herbivore
Animals that eat both meat and plans. Omnivore
Shows the amount of energy available to pass from one level of the food chain to the next Energy Pyramid
The process of grouping things together based on similar characteristics. Classification
Animals with backbones Vertebrates
Animals that do not have a backbone Invertebrates
Plants with tubes. Any plant with roots, leaves, and a stem is a vascular plant. Vascular Plants
Plants that don’t have tubes. These plants do not have true roots, stems, or leaves. Usually found in damp places. Nonvascular Plants
Created by: jlhowe