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Science Chap. 5 Voc.

Science Chap. 5 Vocabulary

What is a community? The living things in an ecosystem.
What is an ecosystem? All of the living and nonliving things that interact in an area.
What is a population? All of the members of one kind of plant or animal in a community.
What is a soil? The loose material made of rock, minerals, and organic matter that covers much of the Earth's surface.
What is a producer? An organism that makes its own food.
What is a consumer? An animal that gets energy by eating plants or other animals.
What is reproduction? The process of making more of one's own kind.
What is organic matter? Organic matter is the remains of plants and animals.
What is seed dispersal? The scattering of seeds from the plant that produced them.
What is a pollinator? An animal that helps plants make seeds?
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