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biotic matter matter that makes up the living and dead organisms in an ecosystem
carbon a type of atom (a tiny piece) that makes up molecules such as carbon dioxide and energy storage molecules
carbon dioxide a molecule made of carbon and oxygen atoms
consumer an organism that needs to eat in order to get energy storage molecules (such as starch and fat)
abiotic matter matter that makes up the nonliving parts of an ecosystem, such as air, water, and rocks
ecosystem all the living and nonliving things interacting in a particular area
energy storage molecule a molecule that organisms can use to release the energy they need to survive
photosynthesis the process by which plants and other producers use energy from sunlight to change carbon dioxide and water into oxygen and glucose (an energy storage molecule)
producer an organism that can make its own energy storage molecules (such as glucose)
system a set of interacting parts forming a complex whole
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