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Yellow Jackets

Math and Science

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All of the living and nonliving things in an area environment
The living things in an environment biotic
The nonliving things in an environment abiotic
Examples of abiotic elements in an enviroment are water, soil, sunlight, air
Examples of biotic elements in an environment are plants and animals
All of the living and nonliving things together make up an ecosystem
The same kind of living thing or species ( like all of the rabbits in an area ) make up a population
All the populations together in an area ( like all the rabbits and all the squirrels, and all the snakes) make up a community
When organisms are striving to get the same food or shelter, this is known as competition
Animals that cannot compete and obtain enough resources will not survive
The place an organism lives habitat
An organism's role or job in an ecosystem ( like is it a carnivore that eats mice) niche
These two birds live in the same habitat, have different niches because one hunts at night, the other hunts in daylight owl and hawk
This word means different in kind diverse
Plants take this in and animals breathe it out carbon dioxide
Plants give off oxygen
These breathe in oxygen animals and people
The process by which plants make food is called photosynthesis
They cannot make their own food and must eat producers or other consumers consumers
Organisms that make their own food from sunlight producers
Only eat plants herbivores
Only eat meat carnivores
Eat plants and meat omnivores
Carnivores that hunt other animals predators
The animal that is hunted by the predator prey
Eat dead animals scavengers
These decompose the wastes and remains of dead organisms and allow them to return to the soil decomposers
The transfer of food energy from one organism to another food chain
Overlapping food chains food web
Shows how much energy passes from one organism to another in levels energy pyramid
The gradual change in an ecosystem succession
A species that is not native to a habitat but was put there by a human and sometimes it takes over invasive species
The contamination of air, water, or land pollution
When all the members of a species are no longer living extinct
Created by: kemberlian