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4 th Grade Ecosystems Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version
Vocabulary in 4 th Grade Ecosystems PopulationFood Web EcosystemEnvironment HabitatCommunity Food ChainDecomposer PredatorEnergy Pyramid NicheProducer PreyConsumer
What do we call an environment that meets the needs of an organism?
What do we call a series of organisms in its habitat?
What do we call a diagram showing how much energy is passed on from one organism to the next in a food chain?
What do we call a consumer that eats prey?
What do we call consumers that are eaten by predators?
What do we call a living thing that feeds on wastes and on the remains of dead plants and animals?
What do we call a group of food chains that overlap?
What do we call the role of an organism in an ecosystem?
What do we call the living and nonliving things in an area?
What do we call a living thing, such as a plant, that can make its own food?
What do we call a living thing that can’t make its own food and must eat other living things?
What do we call a group made up of the same kind of individuals living in the same ecosystem?
What do we call all the different populations that live in the same place?
What do we call all living and nonliving things that surround you?
Ecosystems. All the living and nonliving things that surround a living thing.
Unit B: Chapter 2 Vocabulary Living Things Depend on One Another.
an organism that makes its own food an organism that eats other living things to get energy.
What is Energy?. Energy is the capacity for action/doing work.
1. All the living and non-living things interacting is an ____________________. 2. The non-living parts of an ecosystem are ________ factors. 3. The living.
EQ: What is an ecosystem? Vocabulary Words Environment Ecosystem Population Community.
Topic 6 vocab Quiz. 1. number of different types of organisms in an area Carrying capacity Decomposer Ecological niche Ecological succession Ecology Ecosystem.
Chapter 18 Interactions of Living Things The study of the interactions between organisms and their environment Click for Term.
Ecosystem PowerPoint Ecosystem PowerPoint By: Joshua Gicana Period 5 Science Mr. Sunesara.
Ecology Living Things and Their Environment Introduction to Ecology.
Interactions of Living things. Two parts of an Environment Biotic – All the living organisms in an environment. Abiotic – All the non-living objects.
Ecosystem Notes Organism: a living thing Individual: one single organism Population: all the individuals of one kind (one species) in a specified area.
Topic 6 vocab Quiz. 1. number of different types of organisms in an area Decomposer Ecological niche Ecological succession Ecology Ecosystem Energy pyramid.
Energy Flows Through Ecosystems Sun: Makes all energy on Earth. Producers: Make their own food. Consumers: Get their food by eating other organisms. Decomposers:
Organism. An individual animal, plant, or single- celled life form.
Natural Sciences and Technology Grade 5 Term 1: Life and Living Food Chains (PPT 4)
2.1 Energy Flow in Ecosystems. Energy roles Each of the organisms in an ecosystem fills an energy role. They can be.... a Producer a Consumer or a Decomposer.
ECOLOGY THE STUDY OF HOW ORGANISMS INTERACT WITH EACH OTHER AND WITH THEIR PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT.
Ecosystem PowerPoint By: Josselin Benitez Period 4 Science Mr. Sunesara.
Ecosystem Power Point By: Matthew Burkhardt Period 4 Science Mr. Sunesara.
Food Web & Food Chains Quiz 1. an animal that eats only other animals A. consumer B. herbivore C. carnivore D. omnivore.
The study of the ecosystem Chapter 7: Ecology. What is an Ecosystem? Big Idea ?
Food Chains and Food Webs. A description of the feeding sequence of one set of organisms in an ecosystem.
Ecology Vocabulary Game Ecology : Study of living things Study of living things Study of living things The bottom of the ocean The bottom of the.
Food Webs Within Ecosystems Marine, Freshwater, and Terrestrial FOOD WEBS.
TEKS 5.9B: Describe how the flow of energy derived from the Sun, used by producers to create their own food, is transferred through a food chain and food.
3rd Grade Part Six Review. Interactions in Ecosystems Ecosystems include populations, communities, and habitats, as well as, nonliving things like air,
Producers and Consumers VOCABULARY 15. Living Thing A thing having life; in actual existence.
Ecosystem A place with living and nonliving things.
Digging A Little Deeper Into Ecosystems. Organisms of Ecosystems Producers Consumers Herbivores Carnivores Omnivores Decomposers.
Ecosystems and Food Chains An ecosystem is all the living and nonliving things in an area, in relation to their environment.
How Do Living Things Get Energy? Ouch! Only female mosquitoes bite people and other animals. They need the blood to produce eggs. Lesson 2.
Energy Flow in an Ecosystem. Anticipation Guide Think about the vocabulary words. DO you know any of them? Do you recognize a part of a word? Can you.
Energy in the Environment Energy Roles and Energy Flow.
Chapter 18 Review. Organisms are divided into three groups, based on how they get energy: Producers Consumers Decomposers.
Food chain and food webs. Producers? an organism, that is able to produce its own food.
Abiotic– non living Autotroph– organism that makes it’s own food (producers, plants) Biodiversity– number of different types of organisms in an area Biosphere–
HOW DOES ENERGY FLOW THROUGH AN ECOSYSTEM? An ecosystem consists of all the organisms living and in an area as well as the nonliving parts of that environment.
Twenty Questions: Animal Behavior By, Jennifer Sagendorf Instructional Technology Resource Teacher Suffolk Public Schools.
What is a Food Web? Food chains show how energy is passed from the Sun to producers, consumers, and decomposers. In any ecosystem many food chains overlap.
1. Rocks, temperature, and water are what kind of things? a. biotic b. abiotic c. population d. living.
ECOLOGY The Study of the Interaction of organisms with their environment.
Name _____ 7__ Ch. 2 VOCABULARY Sept.__ Food Chains & Webs.
Categories Theme Theme Theme Theme Theme
Lesson 6. Producer Living things that make their own food.
ECOSYSTEMS: VOCABULARY SOL 4.5. Behavioral Adaptation Changes an animal makes to how it behaves or acts that help it meet a life need Example = migration.
Chapter 5 Lesson Two: Interaction Among Living Things.
Ecosystems What is ecology?. Habitats An organism obtains food, water, shelter, and other things it needs to live, grow, and reproduce from its environment.
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