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Ecosystems Test Revi

Ecosystems Test Review

Which organism is a DECOMPOSER from your ecosystem? Bacteria, Guppy, or Daphnia Bacteria
Identy the PRODUCER from your ecosystem - Elodea, Guppy, or Daphnia Elodea
Which organism is a HERVIVORE? Elodea, Guppy, or Isopod Isopod
Which organism is a CARNIVORE? Snail, Guppy, or Daphnia Guppy
Complete the food chain in your pond ecosystem. Sun -> _____ -> Isopod -> Guppy Elodea
Which is an example of a PRODUCER in your pond ecosystem? Daphnia, Snail, or Elodea Elodea
Which organism is an OMNIVORE from your pond ecosystem? Snail, Guppy, Daphnia Guppy
Which is an exapmple of a CONSUMER in your pond ecosystem? Elodea, Guppy, or Grass Guppy
A place where an organism exists during its lifetime. Environment
Living thing, plant, or animal Organism
A system containing soil; where land plants and animals live Terrarium
Community of organisms interacting together and with its physical environment (water, air, sunlight, soil) Ecosystem
A system containing water with live plants and animals Aquarium
Non-living factor that affects the environment Abiotic
Populations of plants and animals living in the same area AND dependant on one another for survival (think of food chains) Community
A group of 2 OR MORE organisms of the same species living and reproducing in a given area Population
An organism's HOME or the specific place it can be found Habitat
LIVING factor that affects the environment. Biotic
Process by which a plant makes its own food Photosynthesis
Give three examples of an ecosystem a city, an ocean or a park
Water is _____. (Abiotic or Biotic) Abiotic - all organisms need water to survive
Bacteria is _____. (Abiotic or Biotic) Biotic
Temperature is _____. (Abiotic or Biotic) Abiotic
Guppy is _____. (Abiotic or Biotic) Biotic
An ecosystem in an area... containing living things, containing non-living things and in which living and nonliving things depend on each other.
What is the main source of energy for all organisms? Sun
An organism in a community that feeds on dead material, releasing raw material to the environment Decomposer
An organism that eats meat Carnivore
An organism that eats plants Herbivore
This is the addition of animals or plants to a population from another area Immigration
This is the DEPARTURE of organisms from a population Emigration
An organism that eats BOTH plants and animals Omnivore
All animals are this because they have to eat to get energy Consumer
All green plants because they make their own food Producer
A Diagram showing how enery/food transfers through organisms Food Chain
Four populations found in your ecosystem are: Clovers Guppies Grasses Pease
A rock is __________. (Abiotic or Biotic) Abiotic
Created by: oakhills