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Ecosystems: VocabularySOL 4.5
Behavioral AdaptationChanges an animal makes to how it behaves or acts that help it meet a life need Example = migration
Carnivore Consumer that eats other animals (meat)Examples = Frogs, wolves, vultures, hyenas
Community Populations of species that live in the same place at the same time together
Consumer Gets its energy from eating (consuming) other living thingsExample = houses, humans, wolves
Decomposer Consumer that breaks down dead plants and animalsExamples = bacteria and fungi
Ecosystem All the populations and the nonliving components in an environment that interact with each other.
Food Chain The path energy takes as animals eat each otherExample = daffodil rabbit to fox
Food Web All of the food chains in a community
Habitat Place or kind of place in which an animal or plant naturally lives
Herbivore Consumer that eats plantsExample = elephants and grasshoppers
Niche The function that an organism performs in the food web of that community. A niche also includes everything else the organism does or needs in its environment.
Omnivore Consumer that eats both plants and animalsExamples = humans and bears
Physical (Structural ) AdaptationChanges to an animal’s body that helps it meet a life need Example = beak shape
Population All the organisms of the same species that live in the same place at the same time
Predator Carnivores that hunt other animalsExamples = frogs and wolves
Producer Makes its own food using the sun’s energyExample = oak tree and sunflower
Scavenger Carnivores that eat dead animalsExample = vultures and hyenas
Section 1 Interactions Among Living Things
1 Discovering Vocabulary Welcome To Our Learning Habitat!
It is the study of the environment we live in
VideoVideo Rabbit Why do you think we are watching this video of this rabbit?
Environmental glossary. Abiotic Non-living things in the environment: example - soil, air, water, temperature (NOT dead things - they would be biotic.
Chapter 16 & 17 in your Holt Biology textbook
Ecosystem Structure I did not do an IN and OUT for this lesson. Notes are long (2 pages) with lots of discussion. If you would like to do an IN and OUT.
Chapter 16 Notes Interactions of Living Things
Ecology. Everything is Connected __________- the study of the interactions between organisms and their environment Ecology.
Ecosystem A place with living and nonliving things.
Chapter 3- Lesson 1.
Jeopardy Science Unit 1. Eco- systems FossilsSurvivalCyclesBonus
Unit B: Chapter 2 Vocabulary Living Things Depend on One Another.
Competition – two species share a requirement for a limited resource reduces fitness of one or both species.
EQ: What is an ecosystem? Vocabulary Words Environment Ecosystem Population Community.
Chapter 18 Interactions of Living Things The study of the interactions between organisms and their environment Click for Term.
Interactions of Living things
Living things depend on one Another
Ecosystems. What is an Ecosystem? An ecosystem is a plant and animal community made up of living and nonliving things that interact with each other.
Ecology Terms Review. A carnivore that feeds on the bodies of dead organisms.
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