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Unit C Chapter 2

Flow of energy through the ecosystem.

Plants and algae that make food are called _______? Producers
The organism eaten by a predator is called _______? Prey
______ is a symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit. Mutualism
A symbiotic relationship in which one organism is harmed and the other benefits is called _______? Parasitism
Oranisms that eat other organisms are called _______? Consumers
A consumer that eats other living animals is called a ______. Predator
In the symbiotic relationship called _____, one organism benefits and the other neither benefits nor is harmed. Commensalism
_______ is a close association between members of two different species living together. Symbiosis
Organisms that get their food by breaking down the wastes and remains of other organisms are called _______. Decomposers
Animals that eat the remains of another animal are called ______. Scavengers
Most energy in an ecosystem is found is ____. Producers
Bull's-horn acacia trees and the ants that protect them are an example of ______. Mutualism
In the Antarctic Ocean ecosystem there are fewer krill than _____. Algae
______ means "together living." Symbiosis
Going from producers to consumers in an energy pyramid,_________. The number of individuals at each level decreases
When the number of prey in an ecosystem increases, their predators _______. Increase in number
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