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TermDefinition
Biotic Living parts of the environment
Abiotic Non-living parts of the environment
Producer/Autotroph Makes food through photosynthesis or Chemosynthesis
Consumer/Heterotroph Consumes other living things for energy
Decomposer Breaks down dead decaying organisms
Herbivore Organisms that only eat plants
Carnivore Organism that only eats animals
Omnivore Eats both plants and animals
Scavenger Eats dead plants and animals
Food chain Shows how energy moves through an ecosystem through organisms
Food web Models that show all the feeding relationships in a food chain
Sun's role in food Sun provides energy for the producers in an ecosystem, ultimately providing energy for most organisms
Chain/Web Diagrams that show feeding relationships. Food webs are basically multiple food chains linked together
Energy Pyramid A pyramid showing how energy is distributed between a food chain. Also shows their population.
Symbiosis A close relationship between two organisms that at least benefits one.`
Mutualism Symbiotic relationship where both organisms benefit.
Commensalism A relationship where one organism is benefited and the other is neither helped nor harmed
Parasitism A symbiotic relationship where one organism lives in or on another organism and harms the other organism
Predator/Prey Predator is an animal that feeds on the other animal, which is its prey. Both animals have characteristics to either catch prey or escape predators.
Competition Two organisms compete for shelter, food, and other necessary resources.
Adaption A characteristic that many organisms use to live in harsh climates, like the desert biome.
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