an animal that eats another
an animal that is eaten by another
struggle betweeen organisms for the same resources
organisms work together for a common purpose
a close relationship between two species who live together
a relationship between members of two species that benifits both
a relationship between members of two species that benifits one and has no effect on the other
a relationship between members of two species in which one benifits and the other is harmed
a living thing
a group of living things of the same species
a group of living things of different species
why do plants compete with each other?
light, space, nutrients
what are 3 reasons animals may compete?
food, mates, territory
what are reasons some organisms cooperate?
a close relationship between two species that live together
both species benifit, one benifits while the other is not affected, one benifits while the other is harmed
characteristics of symbiosis
what are some examples of symbiosis?
mutalism, parasitism, commensalism
what is a tick an example of?
what is fungus?
which is a more dominent species? grass or dandelion
the pond frog catches a bug on his tongue-what is the frog? what is the bug?
ants crawl over a dead worms body to get food, what are ants?
all living and non living things in an area-ecosystem, organism, community, population
all the ants in an anthill-ecosystem, organism, community, population
fish, frogs, turtles, lily pads and dragonflies - ecosystem, organism, community, population
a rainbow trout in a stream-ecosystem, organism, community, population
something that eats plants
something that eats meat
soemthing that eats plants and meat
something that eats insects
organism that hunts for dead food