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Jeopardy Science Unit 1
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What are three non-living parts of an ecosystem? Click for answer
Everything that surrounds and affects a living thing? Click for answer
Made up of all the living and nonliving things that interact in an area? Click for answer
Is a grassy land area with few or no trees? Click for answer
Is an area where it rains a lot, it is warm all year and there is a lot of sunlight? Click for answer
Is all the members of one kind of plant or animal in a community? Click for answer
A plant is an example of a? Click for answer
A scientist who studies fossils? Click for answer
When all the members of a species are dead? Click for answer
A major division of time? Click for answer
The preserved remains of plants and animals? Click for answer
To move to another place when seasons change or food becomes scarce? Click for answer
A physical feature or behavior that helps a plant or animal survive? Click for answer
Some animals have bright colors that let other animals see them clearly? Click for answer
The process plants use to make food? Click for answer
An animal that is hunted for food? Click for answer
An animal that hunts? Click for answer
An adaptation in which an animal protects itself by looking like another kind of animal or plant? Click for answer
I only eat meat? Click for answer
The coloring, marking, or other physical appearance of an animal that helps it blend in with its surroundings? Click for answer
I eat both plants and animals? Click for answer
I have to eat other organisms for food? Click for answer
The flow of food energy in an ecosystem from plants to animals? Click for answer
The process of breaking down into smaller parts so they can be used again? Click for answer
I eat the remains and waste of other animals? Click for answer
I break down dead organisms into smaller parts? Click for answer
A mushroom is an example of a? Click for answer
I move pollen from one flower to another? Click for answer
A Organism’sallows different organisms to live in the same habitat? Click for answer
When an organism dies it goes through the process of? Click for answer
All the energy WE get from food originally came from the? Click for answer
If an organism’s environment changes the organism may go? Click for answer
When animals like the bison becomes endangered we should? Click for answer
A vulture is an example of a? Click for answer
Sunlight is a part of the ecosystem? Click for answer
Sunlight, Air, Water
Section 1 Interactions Among Living Things
Teaching With Teaching Slides Ecosystems Vocabulary Clickers Interactive Presentation Created by: Cindy Jarrett Cindy Jarrett Teaching Slides Ecosystems.
Ecology The study of the interactions of organisms with one another and their surroundings.
Studying the Web of Life
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1 Discovering Vocabulary Welcome To Our Learning Habitat!
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Chapter 7: Ecology the study of the ecosystem.
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Interactions of Living Things
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Chapter 3 - Ecosystems.
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Chapter 3 Lesson 1 What are ecosystems?.
Ecosystem A place with living and nonliving things.
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