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Science Goal 1

Plant and Animal Interdependence

rain that is contaminated with pollutants such as sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide gases acid rain
change; to change in order to fit a new situation or use adapt
living in water aquatic
to group things together because they share one or more properties classify
an organism that feeds on other organisms or organic matter because it cannot make its own food consumers
the science concerned with the relationships among living things and their environment ecology
a community that includes all the living and nonliving things found in a certain area ecosystem
fuels formed from plant or animal remains, such as coal, gas, and oil fossil fuel
a place that is natural for an organism to live habitat
the process by which green plants and blue-green algae, in the presence of light, make food out of carbon dioxide and water photosynthesis
anything that spreads harmful or unpleasant substances into the air, water, or ground pollutamt
an organism that can make its own food through the process of photosynthesis producer
an organism, also known as a decomposer, that eats dead or decaying organic matter scavenger
a closed glass or plastic container where organisms can live and be observed terrarium
nonvascular plants that are often found in aquatic or marine environments and provides both food and a place for organisms to live algae
exist together co-exist
Created by: nbneal