By James Crescenzi
and deciduous trees. Trees are a vital species contribute to the world's habitats, and provide food for some herbivores because they use photosynthesis, which are vital to all ecosystems, which are demonstrated by food webs/food chains. Trees are a form of producers and are a renewable resource that are sometimes eaten by detrivores/decomposers. They also help get rid of global warming.
This is a harmless cactus that is guaranteed to cause the extinction of your community and possibly species.
Possibly the most useful producer, these green beans are eaten by herbivores like you, and are known to ease hunger cramps.
These worms are guaranteed to bite off your finger, hand, arm and torso. They will leave the rest for detrivores and decomposers, though, so don't feel like they're hogging you!
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Abiotic Factors - A nonliving physical or chemical part of an ecosystem.
Biome - A region of earth that has a particular climate and certain types of plants. Examples are tundra, taiga, desert, grassland, temperate and tropical forests.
Biotic Factors - Living things in an ecosystem.
Carnivore - An animal that feeds on flesh.
Community - All the populations that live and interact with each other in a particular place.
Coniferous Trees - Trees with needle-like leaves that produce food all year round;
Consumer - A living thing that gets its energy from other things in the food chain.
Deciduous Trees - Trees that drop their leaves as winter approaches and grow new leaves in the spring.
Detrivore - An organism that feeds on deceased plant and animal matter
Ecology - The scientific study of how living things interact with each other and their environment
Ecosystem - All the living and nonliving things that interact in a particular environment
Energy Pyramid - A model used to show the amount of energy available to living things in a ecosystem.
Extinction - The permanent disappearance of a species.
Food Chain - A model used to show the feeding relationship between a single producer and multiple consumers.
Food Web - A model used to show the feeding relationship between multiple producers and multiple consumers.
Global Warming - The gradual increase in the temperature of the earth’s atmosphere.
Habitat - The natural environment in which a living thing gets all that it needs to live
Herbivore - An animal that only eats plants.
Niche - The role a living thing plays in its habitat.
Non-renewable Resource - Any natural resource from earth that exists in a limited supply and cannot be replaced.
Omnivore - A creature that eats both plants and animals.
Organism - An individual living thing.
Photosynthesis - The process in which producers make sugar from compounds and energy.
Population - A group of organisms if the same species that live in the same area.
Producer - An organism that uses photosynthesis to create food and oxygen.
Renewable Resources - A resource that can be created within a reasonable time frame.
Species - A group of organisms that are closely related and capable of mating and producing offspring.