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ecosystem

TermDefinition
consumer Organisms that get energy by eating other organisms
ecosystem Area where living and nonliving things interact
decomposer Living things that breaks down and feeds on the remains of once-living things
community All organisms living together in one ecosystem
commensalism Relationship between 2 organisms where one organism benefits and the other organism is not affected
herbivore An animal that eats only plants or other producers
omnivore Animal that eats both plants and animals
population Group of the same kind of organisms that live in one area
mutualism Relationship between 2 organisms where both organisms benefit
producer Living thing that can make its own food
niche Role each species plays in a community
parasitism Relationship between 2 organisms where one organism benefits and the other organism is harmed
adaptation A part or behavior that makes a living thing better able to survive in its environment
carnivore An animal that eats only meat
Created by: kendrasmith