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Ecosystems_(science test & science benchmark)

What is a organisms? a single living thing
A group of the same species that live in the same area is called a __________. population
A community is _____________? all diffrent types of organisms that live in the same area
What is a ecosystem? a place where living things survive together
What is the diffrence between a biotic factor and a abiotic factor? A biotic is living,but a abiotic factor is nonliving.
What is the bioshere? all of the ecosystems on the entire planet
what depends on each other and on nonliving parts of the ecosystem to surrive? organisms
name 7 exsamples of biotic factors. squirrels,trees,bushes,grass,mouse,deer,insects
what are the 5 basic needs of living things (they all are called resoures) food,water,shelter,air,space to hunt or grow
what's a habitat? organism's home
what 4 things that makes it hard for orginisms to surrive? *fire,*bad weather,*change to habitat,*poor weather conditions
how many types of habitats are there?what are the types of habitats? 2.terestrial(on land)& aquatic(in/near water)
name 5 exsamples of terestrial habitats? desert,mountain,city,rain forest,and forest
what is classifed by the amount of water and climate? ecosystems
organisms in ecosystems are connected by what? what they eat
what is the deffination of the word species? a group of the same type of organisms
plants make their own food(process used is called photosynthesis)which provides food energy for the whole ecosystem.what are plants,consumers or producers? producers
organisms that eat other organisms are called what? consumers
what's a carnivore? a organism that eats other animals
what's a herbivore? a organism that eats plants
what's a omnivores? a organism that eats both plants and animals
carnivores are also called predators they eat animals called what? prey
What does the energy piramid show? how energy moves in an ecosystem
what is lost in each level of the energy pryamid going up by exponet of 10? energy(moving,eating,bodily process all use up energy)
all organisms in an ecosystem need what to surrive? producers(all producers are plants)
what shows the connection between organisms in a ecosystem? food webs
what is a scavenger? animals that eat dead animals
what are decomposer animals that(nature's recyclers).they return food energy from dead organisms back to the ecosystem.they also make the soil richher. eat what scavengers leave behind
name 3 exsamples of decomposers. *mushrooms * bacteria *some insects
Created by: playology123