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5th Grade Ecosystems

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All the living and nonliving parts in an area ecosystem
The study of the relationships among living and nonliving parts of an area ecology
What are three nonliving parts of the ecosystem? Water, sunlight, and temperature
The place where a species lives habitat
The role of a species in an ecosystem niche
All the members of one species that live in the same area population
All the populations living together in one area community
The process by which plants use sunlight to make sugar photosynthesis
A living thing that makes it own food using sunlight producer
A living thing that eats other living things for food consumer
Living thing that eat only plants for energy herbivore
Consumer that only eats other consumers for food carnivore
Consumer that eats both plants and animals omnivore
Animal that feeds on the bodies of dead organisms scavenger
organism that helps to break down and decay dead organisms and the wastes of living organisms decomposer
Pictures scientists use to show how energy and nutrients pass from one organism to another in an ecosystem food chains
Compares the amount of energy available at each level in the feeding order energy pyramid
Combination of all the food chains in a community food web
Created by: jdmorgan