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Abiotic Non-living things in the environment: example - soil, air, water, temperature (NOT dead things - they would be biotic since there were once alive!)
Biosphere The part of earth that supports living organisms.
Biotic Living or once living things in the environment.... Having to do with living things
Carnivore Consumer that eats other animals
Carrying Capacity The largest population that a given environment can support over a long period of time
Community A group of the different species (2 populations) living together. Example: coral reef, forest floor
Consumer Eats other organisms for food (animals)
Decomposer Breaks down remains of dead organisms
Ecology The study of the environment and the interactions of organisms in the environment
Ecosystem Living and non-living things in an area Examples: forest with river and rocks, coral reef with sand and water
Energy Pyramid A graphic that shows the loss of energy at every level in an environment
Food Chain a. shows what eats what in an environment b. always starts with producers c. Arrows go from what is being eaten to who’s eating it!
Food Web A web the show many food chains in an environment
Habitat Environment where something lives
Herbivore Consumer that eats plants only
Limiting Factor Anything that keeps a population from growing too large. Ex: food, living space, water
Niche An organism’s way of life in an ecosystem, including habitat, food, predators, and competition
Omnivore Consumer that eats plants and animals
Population A group of the same species living together. Example: pride of lions, Christmas tree farm
Producer Makes its own food through sunlight (plants)
Scavenger Consumers that eat the bodies of already-been- killed animals
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