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chapter 6

Ecosystem. Is all the living and nonliving things in an area and their interactions.
Habitat. Is a place that provides all the things an organism needs to live.
Population. Is a group of organisms of one species that live in an area at the same time.
Community. A community may have populations of oak trees, maple trees, and pine trees.
Biotic. Biotic means living. Animals, plants, insects, etc.
Abiotic. Abiotic means nonliving. Water, air, sunlight.
Niche. The role a living oganisums play in the ecosystem,
Carrying Compassity. The number of living things in an area.
Predator. The one that hunts and eats other animals
Prey the one that gets hunted and eaten
Producers make their own food for energy
Consumers 潮獵敲 can’t make their own food and get energy from other producers of
Herbivores. Eat only plants.
Carnivores. Eat only other animals.
Omnivors. Eat both.
Scavengers. Eat already dead animals.
Decomposers Organisms that get their energy by braking down wast and dead organisms.
Food Changes. The series of steps showing haw energy moves from biotic factors to another.
Food Web. A diagram that shows one direction of the way that the energy moves.
Symbiosis. A long term relationship between two organisms.
Parasites. An organism that lives in or out of another organism.
Created by: paige-ridings