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What is an ecosystem? Abiotic and biotic factors interacting together in an environment
A group of the same type of organism is population
Different types of organisms in the same environment are community
Non-living factors in an ecosystem are abiotic
Living factors in an ecosystem are biotic
Factors that limit the growth of a population of organisms in an ecosystem are limiting factors
The transfer on energy from one organism to the next food chain
Many different paths of energy transfer in an ecosystem food web
These organisms hunt for their food consumers
These organisms make their own food producers
The role of these organisms is to break down organic material and return the nutrients back to the soil decomposers
These consumers eat meat carnivore
These consumers eat plants herbivore
These consumers eat both plants and animals omnivore
The consumer that hunts predator
The organism that is hunted prey
An organism that lives on the body of another organism for food parasite
The organism that allows parasites to use their body for food. Host
Organisms that can be seen only under a microscope micro-organism
Weather, disease, predators, pollution, water, and space Examples of limiting factors
They point to the organism that is receiving the energy. Arrows
Created by: AMESAcademy