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Ch. 6 Science

Ecosystems, Biomes, Food Webs, Symbiosis

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A type of symbiosis in which one species is helped and the other is neither helped nor harmed Commensalism
A type of symbiosis in which BOTH species are helped or benefit Mutualism
A type of symbiosis in which one species is helped and the other is harmed Parasitism
A large group of similar ecosystems that share a similar climate Biome
A type of consumer who only eats plants Herbivore
A type of consumer who eats other animals Carnivore
All the living and nonliving things in an area Ecosystem
A close living relationship between 2 different species Symbiosis
Describe the relationship between predator and prey A predator is a an animal that hunts and eats other animals. Prey is the animal that is eaten by a predator. Some predators can also be prey to larger animals.
List some abiotic factors sun, rain, snow, temperature, soil
A biome that is cold year round, has snow and ice covered land, has no trees and is home to polar bears and artic foxes Tundra
A biome that has heavy rainfall, warm temperatures, and many different plant and animal species Tropical Rainforest
A biome that has grasses, few trees, some rainfall but dry spells that result in fires Grasslands
Humans and tapeworms Example of parasitism
clownfish and sea anemone Example of mutualism
a robin building a nest in an oak tree Example of Commensalism
When an insecticide is spread through a food chain from a fish to a hawk Biomagnification
Animals who occupy a large, broad niche and eat many things Generalists
Animals who occupy a small, specific niche and eat limited things Specialists
Describe how parasitism is different than a predator and prey relationship Parasitism-one species finds a host species to get its food supply (humans and mosquitos). Predator/Prey-one animal hunts another animal (hawk and snake)
Plants in a food chain producers
animals in a food chain consumers
Created by: Lflynn1975