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Energy Test

Photosynthesis, Cellular Respiration & Fossil Fuels

Producer An organism that can make its own food.
Consumer An organism that obtains energy by feeding on other organisms.
Decomposer An organism that breaks down wastes and dead organisms.
Fossil Fuels An energy-rich substance (such as coil, oil, or natural gas) formed from the remains of organisms.
Fossil The remains or imprint of marine life embedded or preserved in rock layers deep in the earth.
Sediment Particles of rock and sand.
Food Web The pattern of overlapping food chains in an ecosystem.
Competition The struggle between organisms for the limited resources in a habitat.
Predation An interaction in which one organism kills and eats another.
Symbiosis A close relationship between species that benefits at least one of the species.
Parasitism A relationship in which one organism lives on or inside another and harms it.
Mutualism A relationship between two species in which both species benefit.
Commensalism A relationship between two species in which one species benefits and the other is neither helped nor harmed.
Created by: 17agordon