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Producer Living things that make their own food
Consumer A living thing that gets its energy from another living thing
Herbivores An animal that eats mainly plants
Carnivore An animal that eats mainly other animals
Omnivore An animal that eats both plants and animals
Decomposers Living things that get energy by breaking down the bodies of dead plants and animals
Scavenger An animal that eats other animals that have been killed by other things
Food Chain A diagram that shows the path of energy as it flows from one living thing to the next
Food Web A diagram that shows several connected food chains
Energy Pyramid A diagram that shows how the amount of energy for consumers changes as it moves through a food chain or food web.
Energy Transfer in Ecosystem
Fins Fish body parts used by fish for motion Decomposer Bacteria that breaks down dead organisms Carnivore Meat Eater.
Energy flow in Ecosystems
Mr. Altorfer Science Living Things Need Energy Section 18.2 Pages 484 to 489.
What is Energy?. Energy is the capacity for action/doing work.
Energy Flow in an Ecosystem. Anticipation Guide Think about the vocabulary words. DO you know any of them? Do you recognize a part of a word? Can you.
an organism that makes its own food an organism that eats other living things to get energy.
Energy Flow in the Ecosystem. Food chain – shows which organisms each which in an ecosystem.
Chapter 3- Lesson 1.
Unit B: Chapter 2 Vocabulary Living Things Depend on One Another.
Who’s Who in a Food Chain?
Energy Flows Through Ecosystems Sun: Makes all energy on Earth. Producers: Make their own food. Consumers: Get their food by eating other organisms. Decomposers:
Organism. An individual animal, plant, or single- celled life form.
Food webs model interactions within the community.
Chapter 5 Lesson Two: Interaction Among Living Things.
The Marine Biome Marine Food Chains. Biodiversity The variety of living things in a particular area.
the transfer of energy and matter in the form of food when one organism eats another organism.
Chapter 18 Review. Organisms are divided into three groups, based on how they get energy: Producers Consumers Decomposers.
Do Now: 1. Take the two sheets from the front of the room Homework: 1.Energy Flow Reading and Review Sheet 2.Test on Thursday.
Food Web & Food Chains Quiz 1. an animal that eats only other animals A. consumer B. herbivore C. carnivore D. omnivore.
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