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5.9A Ecosystems 1

5.9A Ecosystems Interactions week 1

TermDefinition
organism a living thing
ecosystem A community of both living and nonliving things in their natural environment.
living element A part of an ecosystem like a plant or an animal that requires energy to survive and has a basic need to survive
non-living element A part of an ecosystem that is not living such as sunlight or air(includes oxygen and carbon dioxide), water, rocks, and soil.
producer An organism that uses sunlight to produce its own food for energy
consumer An organism that gets its energy by eating other organisms
interaction Behavior in, near, or with something
survive To continue to live in spite of danger.
vegetation Plant life in an ecosystem
impact Direct Change or effect
ecosystem A community of both living and nonliving things in their natural environment.
Created by: Nicholasscience