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what is ecology ecology is the study of how living things react with their environment
what are producers producers make their own food e.g. plant, by photosynthesis
what are consumers consumers cannot make their own food so they feed off other organisms
what are decomposers organisms that break down dead material
what is a habitat a place where an organism lives
what is a food chain a food chain shows the feeding relationships between organisms
what is a food web a series of interconnecting food chains
what is adaptation when an organisms characteristics suit a place e.g. a hedgehog has spines for protection
what is competition when 2 organisms compete for the same resource
what is interdependence when 2 different types of organisms rely on each other e.g. flowers need to be pollinated by the bees, bees need nectar from the flowers
Created by: mcraig2020