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Week 25

TermDefinition
Living Element Part of an ecosystem that requires energy to survive and has basic needs met in order to survive
Non-living Element Part of an ecosystem that is not living such as the sun, water, air, rocks or soil
Ecosystem The living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem
Biotic Another meaning for organisms that are alive
Abiotic Another meaning for organisms that are not alive
Change To make different
Organism Any living thing
Herbivore Animals that eat only plants like cows, zebras, giraffes, horses, rhinos, rabbits, pandas, deer, buffalo, and elephants.
Carnivore Animals that eat only meat like lions, snakes, owls, and wolves.
Omnivore Animals that eat both plants and animals like humans, raccoons, mice, chickens, and hogs.
Habitat The environment where an organism lives
Environment The surroundings/area where an organism lives
Population Organisms of the same species living in the same place at the same time
Species A group of organisms of the same kind that can produce offspring like themselves
Community All of the populations living together in the same environment
Niche The role or job and organism plays in its environment
Competition Organisms fight against another species to reach a goal, usually to survive or reproduce
Endangered A plant or animal that is found in such small numbers that it is almost extinct
Extinct A plant or animal species that is no longer alive
Nocturnal Active at nights and sleeps in the day like bats.
Created by: ghscience