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Group 1 Vocab

photosynthesis The process in which plants make food by using water from their soil, carbon dioxide from the air, and energy from the Sun.
Food Web A diagram that shows the relationships between different food chains in an ecosystem.
Energy Pyramid A diagram that shows how much food energy is passed from each level of a food chain to the next.
Trophic Level The levels of a food chain is called Trophic Levels. The Trophic Level of an organism is the level it holds on the food pyramid.
Food Chain The transfer of food energy between organisms in an ecosystem.
Organism An individual animal, plant, or singled-celled life form.
Abiotic The non living parts of an ecosystem are called abiotic
Biotic The living parts of an ecosystem.
producer A living thing , such as a plant , that makes its own food.
Decomposer A consumer that obtains food by breaking down the remains of dead plants and animals.
Consumer An organism that eats plants, other animals, or both.
Herbivore An animal that eats only producers.
Carnivore An animal that eats other animals; also called a second-level consumer.
omnivore An animal that eats either other plants or animals.
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