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ECOSYSTEMS AND BiOMES

QuestionAnswer
ORGANISM THAT CAN MAKE IT'S OWN FOOD PRODUCER
A CONSUMER THAT EATS ONLY PLANTS HERBIVORE
ORGANISM THAT OBTAINS ENERGY BY FEEDING AN OTHER ORGANISM CONSUMER
A ORGANISM THAT EATS ONLY ANIMALS. CARNIVORE
A CONSUMER THAT EATS BOTH PLANTS AND ANIMALS OMNIVORE
A CARNIVORE THAT FEEDS ON THE BODIES OF A DEAD ORGANISM SCAVENGER
AN ORGANISM THAT BREAKS DOWM CHEMILCALS FROM WASTES AND DEAD ORGANISMS, AND RETURNS IMPORTANT MATERIALS TO THE SOIL AND WATER DECOMPOSER
A SERIES OF EVENTS IN WHICH ONE ORGANISM EATSANOTHER AND OBTAINS ENERGY FOOD CHAIN
THE PATTERN OF OVERLAPPING FOOD CHAINS IN AN ECOSYSTEM FOOD WEB
A DIAGRAM THAT SHOWS THE AMOUNT OF ENERY THAT MOVES FROM ONE FEEDING LEVEL TO ANOTHER IN A FOOD WEB ENEGRY PYRIMID
A GROUP OF LAND ECOSYSTEMS WITH SIMILAR CLIMATES AND ORGANISMS BIOME
A LEAFY ROOF FORMED BY TALL TREES CANOPY
AL LAYER OF SHORTER PLANTS THAT GROW IN THE SHADE OF A FOREST CANOPY UNDERSTORY
AN AREA THAT RECIEVES LESS THAN 25 CENTIMETERS OF PRECIPITATION PER YEAR DESERT
AN AREA POPULATEDBY GRASSES ANS OTHER NONWOODY PLANTS. GRASSLAND
A GRASSLAND CLOSE TO THE EQUATER THAT RECIEVES AS MUCH AS 120 CANTIMETERS OF RAIN PER YEAR SAVANNA
A TREE THAT SHADES IT'S LEAVES AND GROWS NEW ONES EACH YEAR DECIDUOUS TREE
A TREE THAT PRODUCES ITS SEEDS IN CONES AND THAT HAD NEEDLE SHAPED LEAVES CONIFEROUS TREE
AN EXTREMELY COLD CLIMATE TUNDRA
SOIL THAT IS FROZEN ALL YEAR PERMAFROST
A HABITAT THAT IN WHICH THAT FRESH WATER OF A RIVER MEETS THE SALT WATER OF A OCEAN ESTUARY
THE AREA BETWEEN THE HIGHEST HIGH-TIDE AND THE LOWEST LOW-TIE INTERTIDAL ZONE
tHE REIGION OF SHALLOW OCEAN WATER OVER THE CONTINENTAL SHELF NERITIC ZONE
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