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Ecology #2

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TermDefinition
Food chain The order in which orgnaisms eat each other
Food web A group of interlocked food chains
Energy pyramid A diagram showing the amount of energy moving through feeding levels in a food web
Primary producer The first organism in a food chain or energy pyramid. Usually a plant
Primary consumer The second organism in a food chain or energy pyramid. Usually a herbivore
Secondary consumer The third organism in a food chain or energy pyramid. Usually a carnivore
Tertiary consumer The fourth organism in a food chain or energy pyramid. Usually a top predator (omnivore)
Top predator The top organism in a food chain or energy pyramid. Always a omnviore
Photosynthesis A process that plants make their own food (glucose) from sunlight
Respiration A process that plants break down their food (sugars)
Transpiration A process that plants get rid of excess water through their stomata
Consumer An organanism that feeds off of other organisms
Producer An organism that makes its own food
Herbivore An organism that eats plants only
Carnivore An organism that eats meat only
Omnivore An organism that eats everything (meat & plants)
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