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Life Science #1

TermDefinition
basic needs the things an organism needs to survive
community a group of organisms that live together in the same environment
drought a long period of little to no rain
ecosystem all living and non living things in environment
individual a single member of a population of organisms
interdependence when organisms depend on each other for survival
living organism something that grows, changes and makes other living things
non living object an object that is not living
organism any living thing
population all members of a species living in the same environment
relationship a connection between two or more things
species the smallest group of organisms of the same kind that are able to produce offspring
survive to stay alive
bacteria a one cell organism with no nucleus
carnivore an animal that eats other animals for food
compost dead and decaying plate matter
consumer an organism that receives energy by eating other organisms
decomposer an organism that receives energy by breaking down dead matter, returning nutrients to the environment
food chain food energy in an ecosystem from producers to consumers in order
food web a system of overlapping and connecting food chains in an ecosystem
herbivore a consumer that eats only plants
nutrients a substance needed by an organism to grow and survive
omnivore an organism that eats both plants and animals
Created by: amygeorge