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science vocab 2/2

erase after 4-6-12

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manufacture their own food producer organism
organism that uses food manufactured by other organisms consumer organism
the exchange of carbon between organisms carrying on photosynthesis and those carrying on cellular respiration; functions in relationship w/ the oxygen cycle carbon cycle
the process by which nitrogen moves, in various compounds, thru biotic and abiotic communities as it is used and reused nitrogen cycle
is a change that takes place during one 24 hour period rhythm
daily rhythm, a change that takes place in a 24 hour period circadian rhythm
active at night and rests during the day nocturnal
opposite of nocturnal, active during day and rests at night diurnal
a change in the ecosystem that occurs with the change of season (usually once per year) seasonal rhythm
the tissues of a new stem and leaves or flower that are covered by scales during a period when there is no growth dormant bud
a dormant state involving a slowing of life processes; permits certain animals to survive winter conditions hibernation
the exchange of oxygen between organisms carrying on photosynthesis and those carrying on cellular respiration; functions in relationship with the carbon cycle oxygen cycle
Created by: bgpalmers