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CHAPTER 6

TermDefinition
PREDITOR AN ANIMALTHAT EATS ANOTHER ANIMAL
PREY ANY HUNTED ANIMAL
PRODUCERS MAKE THEIR OWN FOODS FOR ENERGY
CONSUMERS ORGANISAMS THAT CANT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD
HERBIVORES EATS ONLY PLANTS
OMNIVORES EATS BOTH MEAT AND PLANTS
CARNIVORES ONLY EATS MEAT
SCAVENGERS EATS DEAD ANIMALS
DECOMPOSERS BREAKS DOWN WASTES AND DEAD ORGANISIMS
FOOD CHAIN A SERIES OF STEPS BY WHICH ENERGY MOVES FROM ONE TYPE OF LIVING THING TO ANOTHER.
FOOD WEB IS A DIAGRAM THAT COMBINES MANY DIFFERENT FOOD CHAINS INTO ONE PICTURES
SYMBIOSIS IS A LONG TERM RELATOINSHIP BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT ORGANISIMS
PARASITE LIVES ON OR IN THE OF ANOTHER ORGANISIMS
Ecosystem all the living and nonliving things in an area and their interactions
habitat provides all the things an organism needs to live
Biotic Factor Living organisms
Abiotic factor nonliving
Population group of one species living in an area
Community different populations in an area
Niche the role that an organism has in an ecosystem
Carrying Capacity the number of organisms that can live in a habitat