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Ecol-1

Energy Flow

TermDefinition
producer organism that makes its own energy (food) from non-living sources
consumer organism that must get its energy by eating parts of other organisms
decomposer organism that gets its energy from dead and decaying matter
food chain a simple diagram showing how energy moves from one organism to another
food web a complex diagram showing all the feeding relationships in a community
community all of the different species in an area (all the living things)
population all the members of one species in a particular area
ecosystem all of the living and non-living parts of the environment
trophic level "feeding level" describing the role that an organism plays in the food web
biome a major type of ecosystem, general defined by the climate and soil type
biotic living or coming from living things
abiotic non-living (never alive)
Created by: Jennifer_Clough