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Unit two Ecology

Unit two def/ Q and A

Food Web A combonation of Food Chains.
Food Chain The chain showing what eats what or levels of production/consumption.
Energy Pyrimad A pyrimad that shows loss of energy in an ecosystem/community.
Heterotroph Another word for consumer.
AutoTroph Another word for producer.
Energy In scientifical terms it is energy yet it is really food.
Herbivore Animal that only eats plants/herbs.
Carnivore Animal that only eats meat.
Ominivore Animal that eats Both Plants and Animals.
Scavengers Animal that eats dead organisms.
Detritivores Organisms that return nutrients back to the soil for producers to use.
Auto= Troph= Self Feeder
Hetero= Troph= Other Feeder
Producer= An Organism that creates/makes food.
Consumer An organism that eats/consumes food.
Decomposer A organism that returns nutrients back to the soil.
Photosyntheis How a plant/producer can make food.
Energy Needed for growth, reproduction, and living.
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