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Food Chain/Habitats

food chain a food relationship among plants and animals in a specific area or environment
terrestrial organisms plants and animals found in land habitats such as deserts, grasslands, and forests
aquatic organisms plants and animals found in water habitats such as ponds, marshes, swamps, rivers, and oceans
consumer an animal that eats other living organisms
decomposer an organism that breaks down decayed plants or animals into pieces that can be used by other living things
producer a green plant that makes its own food from sunlight, air, and water
herbivores animals that eat only plants
carnivores animals that eat only meat
omnivores animals that eat both plants and animals
predator an animal that hunts other animals for its food
prey an animal that is hunted by another animal for food
popullation a group of the same kind that live in the same place
community all of the populations that live together in one place
photosynthesis the process that producers use to make their own food with sunlight, air, and water
interdependence every living thing depends on other living things
conservations the careful use and preservation of our natural resources
natural resources resources found in land or water environments. These resources are usually limited and plants and animals in the environments compete for these resources.
Created by: allisonpg