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Week 25 03/30

TermDefinition
Germination The development of a plant from a seed or spore after a period of dormancy
Dormancy/Dormant Deep sleep
Larva/Larvae The eating and growing stage
Pupa The transforming stage
Nymph The eating and growing stage that comes with molting
Molting Shed old feathers, hair, or skin, or an old shell, to make way for a new growth
Spore Type of seed
Symbiosis Interaction between two different organisms living in close physical association, typically to the advantage of both
Commensalism Interaction between two species where Species A benefits from the interaction while Species B it has no affect
Parasitism Interaction between two species where Species A benefits from the interaction while Species B it harms
Mutualism Interaction between two species where it benefits both species
Herbivore Animals that mainly eat plants
Carnivore Animals that mainly eat meat
Omnivore Animals that eat both plants and meat
Producer An organism that makes its own food using the sun
Consumer An organism that gets energy from eating other organism
Decomposer An organism that breaks down dead organisms and waste
Host The organism that the parasite lives on or in
Parasite An organism that must live on or inside another living organism to survive
Organism Any living thing
Created by: ghscience5