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Ecosystems voc. 4

Review of ecosystems-lesson 4 vocabulary

food chain a single path that shows the flow of energy and nutrients in an ecosystem
food web a connection of food chains to represent the interactions of organisms in an ecosystem
energy pyramid An ecological pyramid illustrating the energy flow within an ecosystem.
consumer an organisms that cannot make its own food
producer an organism that makes its own food
predator an organism that hunts other organisms for food
prey an organism that get hunted for food
carnivore an organism that eats meat only
omnivore an organism that eats both meat and plants
herbivore an organism that eat plants only
decomposer consumers that break down waste or dead organisms
parasite An organism that grows, feeds, and is sheltered on or in a different organism while contributing nothing to the survival of its host.
host a living animal or plant from which a parasite obtains nutrition.
Created by: klindsey