Ecology Scavenger hunt

By: Jenna Greaves and Angela Varela

Biotic vs. Abiotic

Autotroph vs. Heterotroph

Predator and Prey relationship

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This picture represents predator and prey. Angela is acting as the prey and Jenna is acting as the predator who will be eating Angela as a meal.

Mutualism

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This photo of the bee and flower represents mutualism. In this symbiotic relationship the bee gets some nutrients from the flower which benefits it but also the bee spreads around the pollen and seeds of that flower to other places which benefits the flower also. it's a win win for both.

Commensalism

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This represents Commensalism because Jenna is reading and expanding her knowledge, which is good, while the book/library stays the same and doesnt expand any knowledge or improve anything. The book/library is not affected in any way.

Parasitism

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This photo of Jenna and Angela represents parasitism because in this symbiotic relation ship one gains something from it but the other is harmed. In this case Angela gets a free piggy back ride from Jenna making Angela not get tired at all but on the other hand Jenna gets super tired with symbolizes that she is "harmed".

Food chain

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These pictures are for the first picture is the picture of the sun which gives energy off to produce the grass then the ant eats the grass and then the cockroach eats the ants to get energy. After the cockroach is eaten by the bird. All of these organisms give off energy to one another.

Carbon cycle

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People breathing, animals breathing, cars, decaying trash, all of these things and more produce carbon dioxide. The Carbon goes into the plants and they breathe out oxygen for us to breathe. Once we and the other things take in the oxygen, we breathe it out or let it out and it is carbon dioxide. The cycle continues on and on through plants and different items and organisms.

Nitrogen cycle

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Bacteria takes Nitrogen out of the air and puts it into the soil. The plants absorb the nitrogen through the soil. We eat the plants which gives us the nitrogen and when we produce waste the nitrogen is returned and the cycle keeps repeating.

Water cycle