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Unit 6 Review

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How are animals dependent on trees? Animals can use the tree for food, shelter, and oxygen.
What does an animal release that a plant needs? An animal releases carbon dioxide.
Would a fish be considered a PRODUCER, CONSUMER, or DECOMPOSER? A fish is a consumer.
What does a plant release that animals need? A plant releases oxygen.
What three things does a plant need for photosynthesis? A plant needs sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide.
Would a flower be considered a PRODUCER, CONSUMER, or DECOMPOSER? A flower is a producer.
Are plants and animals considered to be LIVING or NONLIVING? Plants and animals are living.
Are soil, sunlight, air, and water considered to be LIVING or NONLIVING? Soil, sunlight, air, and water are nonliving.
Would a mushroom be considered a PRODUCER, CONSUMER, or DECOMPOSER? A mushroom is a decomposer
What does abiotic mean? Abiotic means nonliving thing.
Is algae considered a PRODUCER, CONSUMER, or DECOMPOSER? Algae is a producer.
What is an herbivore? An animal (consumer) that gets its energy from only plants.
What is the role of a producer? The role of a producer is to use sunlight to make its energy.
What is a carnivore? An animal (consumer) that gets its energy from only animals.
Where does an herbivore get its energy? An herbivore gets its energy from plants or producers.
What is an omnivore? An animal (consumer) that gets its energy from both plants and animals.
What is the role of a decomposer? The role of a decomposer is to break down dead plants and animals.
Arrows in a food chain describes the flow of energy. What order does the energy flow? The energy flows from the sun to a producer to a consumer.
What is the role of a consumer? A consumer must eat plants or animals to get its energy.
What does biotic mean? Biotic means living thing
What do producers transfer energy to? A producer transfers its energy to a consumer.
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