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When elements within an ecosystem depend on each other to surviveInterdependency When elements within an ecosystem depend on each other to survive
Organisms interact with living things …to survive in their ecosystemInterdependency Organisms interact with living things and nonliving things… …to survive in their ecosystem
Interdependency Plants interact with living thingsand also require nonliving things to survive
Animals depend on other living things and nonliving things to surviveInterdependency Animals depend on other living things and nonliving things to survive
Ecosystem A community of living things and nonliving things in their natural environment
A community of living things…Ecosystem A community of living things… Animals Plants Bacteria Fungus
…and nonliving things… (oxygen & carbon dioxide)Ecosystem …and nonliving things… Sunlight Water Air (oxygen & carbon dioxide) Soil
…in their natural environment.Ecosystem …in their natural environment.
Ecosystem RelationshipThe way things work with or affect other things within an ecosystem
Ecosystem relationshipSunflower and sunshine
Ecosystem relationshipHummingbird and flower
Ecosystem relationshipEagle and fish
Ecosystem elements Producer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore CarnivoreOmnivore
Ecosystem elements PotatoProducer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Potato
Ecosystem elements Bearded Dragon LizardProducer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Bearded Dragon Lizard
Ecosystem elements WormProducer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Worm
Ecosystem elements TurtleProducer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Turtle
Ecosystem elements LionProducer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Lion
Ecosystem elements BearProducer Consumer Decomposer Herbivore Carnivore Omnivore Bear
Organism Any living thing plant animal fungus bacteria
Living things Things that grow change produce waste reproduce die
Living things Meerkat
Living things Crawfish
Living things Frog
Living things Tree
Living things Mushroom (fungus)
Living things Listeria (bacteria)
Nonliving things Things that support living things do not growdo not change do not reproduce
Nonliving things Sunlight
Nonliving things Air
Nonliving things Water
Nonliving things Soil
Living or nonliving? Living
Living or nonliving? Nonliving
Living or nonliving? Living
Living or nonliving? Living
Name the living and nonliving thingsAir Trees Sunshine Waterfall
Name the living and nonliving thingsSoil Air Sunshine Plants
Name the living and nonliving thingsRock Orca Water Air
Name the living and nonliving thingsSand Air Sunshine Plants
Interdependency – Sources
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