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NC EOG 5th grade Science

ecosystem All of the living and nonliving things in an area interacting.
abiotic factor Nonliving parts of an ecosystem
biotic factor Living organisms in a ecosystem
producers Organisms that make food and oxygen for animals.
consumers Organisms that eat producers and other consumers.
decomposers Organisms that break down dead plants and animals.
population All the organisms of the same species in the same area.
community Many populations living in an area.
niche The role or job of an organism in an ecosystem.
ecology the study of how all things in an ecosystem interact.
subservience willingness to yield to other's power
habitat an animal's home
tundra A biome that is cold, treeless and has frozen soil.
biomes A large ecosystem that has its own climate, soil, plants
taiga A biome that is mostly filled with evergreen trees and lakes created by glaciers.
deciduous forest A forest biome that has trees that lose leaves in the fall.
tropical rain forest A biome that is hot and humid with lots of rain.
desert A sandy,rocky or frozen biome with litte precipitation.
grassland A biome where grass is the main plantlife.
permafrost A layer of permanently frozen soil.
food chain The path that energy thakes from producers to consumers to decomposers.
food web Overlapping food chains.
herbivores Animals that eat plants.
carnivores Animals that eat other animals.
omnivores Animals that eat both plants and other animals.
predators Animals that hunt other animals.
prey An animal that is hunted.
scavengers Animals that feed on dead animals.
Created by: MDHancock