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Food Webs Vocab

TermDefinition
Photosynthesis The process in plants that produce food for the plants and oxygen.
Producer An organism that makes its own food through photosynthesis.
Consumer An organism that eats other organisms.
Herbivore Animals that eat only plants.
Carnivore Animals that eat only other animals.
Omnivore Animals that eat both plants and animals.
Decomposer An organism that eats dead or decaying matter and changes it into nutrients or minerals.
Food Web A useful diagram for displaying the feeding relationships among all the organisms in an ecosystem.
Trophic Level The level in a food web in which energy is transferred through.
Parasite An organism that feeds on a host.
Symbiotic Relationships Interactions between two or more species.
Mutually Beneficial (Mutualism) A relationship where both organisms receive something positive.
Commensalism One species gets food or other benefits without harming the other species.
Created by: Jellie511