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Chapter 6

Ecosystem All the living and non-living things in an area and their interactions.
Habitat A place that provides all the things an organisim needs to live.
Biotic A living orginisim.
Abiotic A non-living orgisim.
Population A group of one speiceis living in one area.
Community A different population in an area.
Food Chain A series of steps that show how energy moves from biotic factor to another.
Food Web a diogram of many different food chains.
Symbiosis A long-term relationship between two organisims.
Paisite Lives inside or outside an orginisim and takes nutrients from that orginisim.
Niche the role that an organism has in an ecosystem
carrying capacity the number of organisms that can live in a habitat
predetor the one that hunts and eats other animals
prey the one that hunts and eats other animals
producers make their own food for energy
consumers can’t make their own food and get energy from other producers of consumers
herbiviors Eat only plants
carniviors Eat only other animals
omnivors eat plants and animals
scavengers eats dead animals
decomposers get energy by breaking down wastes and dead organisms