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Life Science

Life Science Week 1 & 2

living element part of an ecosystem that requires energy to survive and has basic needs met in order to survive. Plant or animal
non living element part of an ecosystem that is not living such as sun, water, air, rocks and soil.
ecosystem the living and nonliving parts of an ecosystem
biotic another meaning for organism that are alive
abiotic another name for organisms that are Not alive
change to make different
direct observable evidence
indirect inferred evidence
impact direct effect or change
organism any living thing
producer an organism that makes its own food
consumer an organism that gets it energy from eating other organisms.
predator an organism that hunts and kills other organism for food.
prey an organism that is hunted and eaten by a predator
parasite an organism that must live on or inside another living organism in order to get its energy.
host the organism that parasite lives on or in.
decomposer an organism that breaks down dead organism and waste
decompostion the process in which dead organisms are broken down and returned to the soil
food chain shows the path of energy from one organism to another.
food web food chain: shows the arrow goes from the organism to the mouth of the animal that is going to eat it and gets its energy.
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