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Producer is an organism that makes its own food
consumer it gets energy from other organisms to sustain itself
predator Eats other animals below it. (prey)
prey Is what the predator eats
parasite organism that gets food and/or shelter from another organism
host the organism that the parasite lives in/on
food chain A diagram showing one pathway of the flow of energy in an ecosystem.
ecosystem a place wher ther are aboitic and biotic factor, plants, animals, and decomposers all working together
Biotic Living factors that effect the organism
Abiotic Nonliving factors that affect the organism
populution Members of the same species that live in the same area at the same time
community All plants, animals, and other living things in a given area.
mutalism Symbiotic relationship where both organisms benefit
commensalism Symbiotic relationship where one organism is helped and the other is not affected.
parasitism Symbiotic relationship where one organism is helped and the other is harmed.
herbivore animal who eats only plants
carnivore animal who eats only other animals
omnivore animal who eats both plants and animals
decomposer organism that helps recycle nutrients once they are dead.
Created by: Aniart