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Food Chains and Webs

Vocabulary

definitionterm
The path of energy from one living thing to another in an ecosystem food chain
All of the living and nonliving things found in one place ecosystem
The path energy flows in an ecosystem. It is made of many food chains. food web
Animals that get food by eating plants or other animals consumers
An animal that only eats other animals for energy. carnivore
An animal that hunts and eats other animals for food predator
A living thing organism
Organisms that make their own food producers
Animals that only eat plants herbivore
A living thing that gets energy from breaking down once living things (dead things) decomposer
An animal hunted by a predator prey
Give 2 examples of nonliving things air, water, soil, sunshine, etc
Give 2 examples of living things animals, plants, people,
What do the arrows in a food chain and food web represent the flow of energy
What is the source of energy on Earth the sun
All populations living together community
The place or home of a living thing habitat
2 or more of the same kind of living thing together population
a single organism individual
the job of an organism niche
what is the job of a decomposer to clean up dead organisms that were once living
Why are plants called producers Because they "produce" their own food
Created by: #Science2020
 

 



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