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Needs of living things Food Chains & Webs Producers Consumers 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points Interactions Between living & non-living Ecosystems & Stewardship
Taking personal responsibility for an ecosystem.
What is ecological stewardship?
Interactions between living and non-living things.
What is an ecosystem?
Recognizing the need to keep ecosystems safe from destruction.
What is preservation?
Making wise use of existing ecosystems.
What is conservation?
Things that are not normally found in the environment.
What is pollution?
Sunlight, air, water, food & shelter.
What are the basic needs of living things?
The main source of energy in most ecosystems.
What is the sun?
The physical space where a certain species lives.
What is a habitat?
This is a diagram that shows how ecosystems are found within ecosystems.
What is a nested circle?
Oceans, rivers, mountain ranges and other landforms that inhibit movement of species.
What are Physical barriers?
An animal hunting another animal.
What is a predator?
This may result in some plants being smaller or dying.
What is the competition?
An animal that is being hunted.
What is prey?
A Lynx eating a snowshoe hare.
What is a predator- prey relationship?
All the different kinds of organisms that live in a certain place.
What is a community?
The feeding order of organisms in a community.
What is a food chain?
This is how producers make their food.
What is Photosynthesis?
This can show how the amount of energy available decreases in an ecosystem.
What is an ecological pyramid?
This is the original source of energy in all food chains.
What is producer?
This is when something happens over and over again.
What is a cycle?
These feed on dead animals.
What are decomposers?
These eat animals that eat plants.
What is a second- order consumer?
These eat plants and animals.
What is an Omnivore
These organisms capture energy from the sun.
What are producers?
Earthworms and crabs are this type of consumer.
What is detrivore?
Make your wager
Production of energy Dead things decay into raw materials Raw materials are returned to the soil Energy must be transferred or stored
What are the processes that occur in an ecosystem?
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