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ecology the study of relationships between organisms, and between organisms and their environment
ecosystem the network of interactions that link between organisms, and between organisms and their environment
interaction A kind of action where two or more objects have an effect upon one another
habitat it is the physical space where an organism lives
sunlight provides energy that makes life possible
Air contains oxygen required by many organisms
water need by animals for digestion and to form bodily fluids
food provides organisms with nutrients
ideal temp range most organisms can live in a range where it is not to hot or to clod for any length of time
competition when more than one organism tries to obtain the same basic resources in the same habitat
Predation when one organism hunts the other for food
Mutualism an interaction between individuals of different species that benefits both individuals
Producers organisms that make their own food from non-living materials through a process called photosynthesis
consumers organisms that eat other living things for energy
Four types of Consumers Herbivores, Carnivores, Scavengers, Omnivores
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