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Ecosystems

Yearly Exam study

TermDefinition
Abiotic Non living parts of an ecosystem
Biotic A living part of an ecosystems
Consumer Does not create it's own energy and relies on other organisms to survive
Producer A producers creates it's own energy and can uses photosynthesis
Decomposer Break down dead organisms, faeces and waste. Also returns the matter into the environment.
Food Web A way to represent transfer of energy as organisms feed of each other. Made of many food chains
Biomass Pyramid A way to represent the total amount of mass at each consumer level.
Bio Magnification The increasing amount of pollutants being digested as you move up a food chain.
Deforestation Clearing of land by removing large numbers of trees.
Conservation Saving or protecting the environment for the future. For example: National Parks
Sustainability Balancing our need for resources with the need to protect and conserve the environment.
Created by: CiggyCentral101