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ecosystem All the living and nonliving things in a place.
community All the living things in an ecosystem. It consists of many different populations.
population All the members of a single type of organism. For example, all the American Alligators in a swamp.
habitat a living things home
organism A specific type of plant or animal.
marsh An area of wet, low land. It usually contains a large amount of grass and no trees. Similar to a swamp, but swamps usually have trees.
coast The land that borders a sea or ocean
piedmont An area of land that is made up of a series of rolling hills and occasional mountains. Its name means foot of the mountain
adaptation A special characteristic that helps an animal survive. For example, a chameleon changes colors to blend into its environment.
natural resource All the nature made things that are useful in your environment Minerals, timber, land, and water are examples of natural resources
conservation The act of protecting our resources; including the land, water, plants, animals and air. Save the whales
environment The things that make up an area like land, water, and air.
recycle When you treat something so it can be used again.
shelter One of the basic needs provided by a habitat, that helps protect an organism and offers it a safe place to rest or reproduce.
non-living Something that is not alive, like a rock or dirt.
endangered A living organism that is threatened with extinction. The right whale is an endangered species of Georgia.
contamination pollution, to make impure
weathering The destruction or discoloring action on resources caused by air, water, or frost, especially on rock or wood
energy the ability to do work living organisms need food to provide them with energy
external feature The visible features of a plant or animal that help the animal survive in a given habitat. For example, the spoonbill has a spoon-shaped beak to help him catch fish.
3 rd Grade Science Vocabulary: Animals & Plants of Georgia Mrs. Thornburgs version.
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Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Bellringer – August 30, 2013 Chapter 4 Section 1 Ecosystems: Everything.
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Is it alive?. Living things: Are organized Are organized Can reproduce Can reproduce Change Change Adjust to their surroundings Adjust to their surroundings.
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BIRD HOMES Many birds will build a nest for shelter. Nests protect young birds and eggs. Birds use materials they find in the.
Habitats and Food Chains © Diane Hawkins Clip-art is royalty-free from Microsoft and Printmaster Gold.
Cell the smallest part of a living thing that can be seen only with a microscope.
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Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 An Interconnected Planet Chapter Humans and The.
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