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TRMS Interactions

Interactions of Living Things

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What do you call the study of how different organisms interact with one another and their environment? Ecology
What are the living parts of the environment known as? Biotic
The non-living parts of the environment are know as____. Abiotic
What are the ecological levels of organization from smallest to largest? Organism, Population, Community, Ecosystem, Biome
What do you call an organism that uses sunlight to make food? Producer/Autotroph
What do you call an organism that cannot produce their own food and needs to eat other organisms? Consumer/Heterotroph
What do you call an organism that eats only plants? Herbivore
What do you call an organism that eats only animals? Carnivore
What do you call an organism that eats both plants and animals? Omnivore
What do you call an organism that eats dead plants and animals? Scavenger
What do you call an organism that breaks down dead organisms and returns the nutrients to the soil? Decomposer
What do you call a close, long-term relationship between two or more organisms where at least one organism benefits? Symbiosis
What do you call a symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit? Mutualism
What do you call a symbiotic relationship where one organism benefits and the other is unaffected? Commensalism
What is the name of the relationship in which one organism benefits and the other organism is harmed? Parasitism
What do you call the organism that benefits in a parasitic relationship? Parasite
What do you call the organism that is harmed in a parasitic relationship? Host
What do you call an organism that kills and eats all or part of another organism ( prey )? Predator
What do you call the organism that is killed and eaten by another organism ( predator )? Prey
What do you call the ability to blend in with your surroundings? Camouflage
What do you call substances that organisms release to defend themselves from predators? Defensive Chemicals
What do you call organisms that are brightly colored to warn predators that they are poisonous? Warning coloration
What do you call it when an organism looks very similar to another organism and this similarity helps them survive? Mimicry
Created by: Sharon_Jenkins