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LIFE SCIENCE VOCABULARY ORGANISMS AND ENERGY TRANSFER
DEFINITION Process in which plants make food by using water from the soil, carbon dioxide from the air, and energy from sunlight.
DEFINITION The loss of water from a leaf through the stomata.
DEFINITION The small openings in the leaves of plants.
DEFINITION A green pigment in leaves that allows a plant to absorb the sun’s light energy.
DEFINITION A community of organisms and the environment (things like air, water, and soil) in which they live.
DEFINITION A living thing
DEFINITION An organism, such as a plant, that makes its own food.
DEFINITION An organism that eats plants and/or other animals to get energy (does not make its own food)
DEFINITION An organism that eats only producers (plants)
DEFINITION An organism that eats other animals.
DEFINITION An organism that eats plants and other animals
DEFINITION A consumer that obtains food energy by breaking down the remains of dead plants and animals.
DEFINITION The path by which energy is transferred or passed from one living thing to another in an ecosystem.
DEFINITION A diagram that shows the relationship of the combined food chains in a ecosystem.
Parts of a plant.
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Within a food chain, some living things create the energy and some use the energy.
Food webs model interactions within the community.
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