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Sophie C. reynolds first semester

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organism
The smallest unit of an Ecosystem/Biome
carrying capacity
The larges amount of people that an ecosystem can support
prey
hunted by predator
carnivore
animals that eats only meat
experiment
what you use to test a hypothesis
bacteria
a one celled organism that can be helpful or harmful. ( one cell, 3 shapes rod, sphere or spiral and multiplies every 20 min)
omnivore
animals that eats both plants and animals
Data Chart
a tool to organize observations in experiment
oxygen
what plants make for us during photosynthesis
producers
Plants are __________, not consumers ( A food chain starts with a ___________, then a primary consumer, then a secondary consumer, then a tertiary consumer.
adaptations
a trait that helps an organism survive in their environment
glucose
What do plants make for themselves during photosynthesis?
predator
hunts for prey
herbivore
animals that eats only plants
graph
a tool to help interpret patterns in data from experiment
ecosystem/biome
In an area, all the Living and Non-Living things make up a/___________________.
abiotic
the nonliving parts of a biome/ecosystem.
biotic
living part of a biome/ecosystem
hypothesis
an educated guess
photosynthesis
process where plants make oxygen and glucose
chain
producers are at the bottom of a Food ________.
rabbit
A ___________ is a primary consumer. (wolf, rabbit or grass)
scavengers
___________ feed on living organisms.
observations
Qualitative and Quantitative ____________ lead to a hypothesis.
summary
A _______ of what was found in an experiment is called a conclusion.
symbiotic or symbiosis
A Lichen has a _____________ relationship where both the organisms benefit. (The algae makes the food, and the fungi protects the algae)
primary
The first consumer in a food chain is called the __________ consumer.
web
A series of interchanging food chains make a food __________.
fungi
The six kingdoms are Eubacteria, Archeabacteria, Protists, ___________, Plants and Animals.
dead
Decomposers breakdown and digest the remains of (living or dead) organisms.