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7th grade ecology

vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Microscopic photosynthetic organisms phytoplankton
Ecosystem in salty water marine
Biome, where trees can not grow due to the cold tundra
Hot, dry regions that support a variety of plants and animals desert
Tropical Grassland with scattered trees savanna
Symbiotic relations in which both organisms benefit mutualism
A symbiotic relationship where only one organism benefits commensalism
Symbiotic relationship where one organism has benefit while another is harmed parasatism
A geographic area characterized by certain types of plants biome
Forest which loses its leaves deciduous
Forest which contains mostly evergreen trees coniferous forest
This forest has the most biological diversity tropical rain forest
The environment, which an organism lives within habitat
An organism’s way of life within an ecosystem niche
When two or more individuals try to use the same limited resources. competition
Organism which is eaten by another organism prey
The organism which eats another organism predator
Organisms which eat producers or other organisms for energy omnivores
A consumer which eats plants herbivore
A consumer which eats animals carnivore
Animals which feed off dead animals carnivores.
Organisms that get energy by breaking down the remains of dead organisms decomposers
A representation of the pathway of energy as it moves through the ecosystem food chain
A representation of the MANY pathways of energy throughout an ecosystem food web
A triangular shaped model of the movement of energy through an ecosystem trophic level
The study of interactions between organisms and their environment ecology
The part of the environment that is made up of living things biotic
Part of the environment made up of nonliving things abiotic
Group of individuals of the same species that live together in same area community
All populations of different species that live and interact in an area, ecosystem
This is made up of a community of organisms and its abiotic environment, biosphere
The part of the Earth where life exists, biosphere
Organisms which use sunlight to make food, producers
Created by: jabrophy