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Environment

Flashcards with terminology

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Define a consumer. An organism that cannot make its own food and obtains energy by eating other organisms.
Define a producer. An organism that uses an outside source of energy like the sun to make food.
What are the four main consumer groups? Carnivores, Herbivores, Omnivores, and Decomposers
What is a Carnivore? A consumer that only eats meat from other animals.
What is a Hervivore? A consumer that only eats plants or producers to obtain energy.
What is a Decomposer? It breaks down the body of a dead organism to gain energy.
What is a Omnivore? A consumer that eats both plants and animals.
How do you classify a Carnivore from a Onmivore? Observation of the teeth.
What diagram shows the flow of energy in a community? Food Pyramid
What diagram shows how an organism interacts with another? Food Chain
What diagram views many intersecting food chains? Food Web
What type of relationship is mutualism? A symbiotic relationship in which both organisms benefit.
What type of relationship is commensalism? A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits.
What type of relationship is parasitism? A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits, but the other is harmed.
When a parasite attaches to another organism, that organism is called what? The host
What is one example of commensalism? The clown fish and the sea anemones.
What is a consumer that is hunted called? Prey
What is a consumer that hunts and kills called? Predator
Created by: Jwizy