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Pop & Resources

Use to study Amplify's Life Science Populations and Resources Unit!

change` when something becomes different over time
competition when two or more populations want the same resource, (food, shelter, mates)
consumer population a population that eats organisms from another population (predator)
ecosystem all the living and nonliving things interacting in a particular area
energy the ability to make things move or change
energy storage molecule a molecule that organisms can use to release the energy needed to survive
food web a model that shows what eats what in an ecosystem
glucose a molecule that organisms can use to release energy
indirect effect the result of one cause leading to an effect that causes one or more other effects
organisms living things such as plants, animals, and bacteria
population a group of the same type of organism living in the same area
reproduction the process of creating offspring (babies)
resource population a population that is eaten by organisms from another population (prey)
sample a small part that is meant to show what the whole is like
stability when something stays mostly the same over time
biotic any living thing
abiotic and non-living thing
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