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habitat the place where an organism lives
ecologay the study of interactions between organiams and their envirment
population all the members of a species living in teh same place
community a group of differnet populations living in the same place and interactions with each other
ecosystem a community and all the nonliving (abiotic) things that the community interacts with
abiotic nonliving
biotic living
food chain the path of food through a community
producer an organism that makes it's own food
consumer an organism that eats other organisms
decomposer an organism that breaks down and obsorbs nutrients from dead matter
food web a group of food chains that are linked to each other
natural resource a substance found in nature that is useful to humans
conservation the wise and careful use of natural resources
recycling when you reuse something like: paper, you can use the back
organism any living thing or one living thing
biology the study of all organisms
botany the study of plants
zoology the study of animals
genetics the study of how parents look like their offsprings,children.
microbiology the study of organisms too small to be seen by the eye alone
characteristiscs a quality or feature of a person of thing
reproduce to make more of one owns kind of organism
asexual reproduction to reproduce with one parent
sexual reproduction to reproduce with 2 parents
life span the amount of time an organism is likely to live
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