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6th gr Ecology Rev.

6th grade ecology review

Producers This group does not eat other animals, they are able to produce their own food by using sunlight. This group forms the base of the food chain.
Consumers These are organisms that get their energy by eating food (plants, animals, or both)
Decomposers a living thing that feeds on dead organisms and wastes from living organisms. They make important nutrients available to plants and other organisms in an ecosystem. Bacteria and fungi are common in this group.
renewable resource relating to a natural resource that is either never used up or that can be replaced by new growth.
nonrenewable resource relating to a natural resource that cannot be replaced once it has been used.
abiotic factor non-living chemical and physical factors in the environment
classification system The grouping of things into an organized system.
Sunlight a product of the sun that supplies the heat and light that sustain life on earth.
natural resources Any part of the earth or its atmosphere that is necessary or useful to humans.
food webs A group of food chains that are connected to each other in various ways within an ecosystem. relationships in a food web are more complicated than food chains.
Kingdoms The five main groups in the classification of life. (plants, animals, protists, fungi, and prokaryotes)
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