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Biology Vocab #1

Food Chain

Producers Autotrophs, basically plants Obtain energy by photosynthesis & chemosynthesis
Consumers Heterotrophs, obtains energy by feeding on other organisms Herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers
Herbivore Eats plants
Carnivore Eats meat
Omnivore Eats plants & meat
Decomposers Eats decomposing meat
Special Consumers Eat ONE specific/a very small number of organisms
Generalist Consumers Have a varying diet
Food Chain Linear sequence of organisms showing energy flow
Food Web Combination of all possible food chains within an ecosystem
Habitat All aspects of an area in which an organism lives
Niche All the factors that a species needs to survive, stay healthy, and reproduce
Competition Organisms compete because of limited resources
Symbiosis 2 organisms living in close association
Mutualism Both organisms benefit
Commensalism One benefits, other is unaffected
Parasitism One benefits, one is harmed
Created by: 19belll