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Ecosystem Volabulary Quiz 1

ecology the study of the relationships between living things and their environment (examples: animals depend on plants, animals depend on other animals, all organisms depend on air and water)
ecosystem a community of living and non-living things that interact with each other
environment everything that surrounds an organism and influences it
germination the process by which seeds swell up and begin to sprout and develop roots
inherited traits characteristics passed on from parent to offspring (examples: eye color or hair color)
learned behavior something you are taught
life cycle the stages plants and animals go through from beginning of development
living organisms that grow, take in nutrients, breathe, reproduce, move and react to things. (ex. animals, including humans, and plants.
non-living anything that does not live and grow. (ex. water, air, clouds, soil and rocks)
offspring the young of a person, animal or plant
organism a living thing
photosynthesis the process of plants using energy from sunlight to make their own food out of carbon dioxide (from the air) and water
sensitivity an organism ability to detect and respond to the world around it
Created by: brianconniem