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Ecosystem

Ecosystem Study Guide Quiz 2

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List 4 parts that make up every organism's life cycle. Birth, growth, reproduction, death
What do all living things need (plant and animals)? food, air, water
If a living thing makes its own food, it is called a producer
Give one example of a living thing that makes it own food plants
If an organism CANNOT produce its own food, it is called a consumer
Give an example of an organism that CANNOT produce its own food. humans
A consumer that eats only plants is called a herbivore
A consumer that eats only other animals is called a carnivore
A consumer that eats both plants and animals is called omnivore
An animal that eats dead and decaying plants and animals is called a scavenger
What is an example of a scavenger snails
What is an organism that gets energy by breaking down dead organisms decomposer
What is an example of organism that gets energy by breaking down dead organisms earth worm
What is an example of a decomposer earth worm
What is an example of a producer plants
What is an example of a consumer humans
An animal that hunts and eats other animals is called a predater
What is an animal that is hunted and eaten by other animals? prey
Give one example of a predator-prey relationship. hawk to mouse owl to mouse
What organism always starts a food chain? plants
Why do plants always start the food chain? Because it is a plant that makes its own food
Name one relationship in your aquarium. Fish,snail
Why do the fish and snail depend on each other? Because the fish made food for the snail when it died
Name on relationship in your terrarium. plants and crickets
Why do plants and crickets depend on each other? the cricket eats the plants
Created by: brianconniem