Ecology Chapter 13.3, 13.4
Terms in this set (12)
organisms that get their energy by eating other living or once-living resources, such as plants and animals
another name for consumers. The Greek roots of this word mean "different" "nourishment".
process by which an organism forms carbohydrates using chemicals rather than light, as an energy source.
sequence that links species by their feeding relationships
dead organic matter eater
are organisms that get their energy from nonliving resources, meaning they make their own food.
another name for producers. The Greek roots of this word mean "self" "nourishment".
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