Parasitism, Mutualism, or Commensalism?
Biotic or Abiotic?
Food Webs and Chains
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Vocabulary
100
A tapeworm (gets nutrients) and a human (gets sick)
What is parasitism?
100
A rock
What is abiotic?
100
Plants are what part of the food chain?
What is a producer?
100
"Life Ball" (the earth)
What is the biosphere?
100
Living things
What is biotic?
200
A dog (gets food) and a human (gets a friend)
What is mutualism?
200
A tree growing in your yard
What is biotic?
200
All food chains and webs begin with ________ and end with ________.
What are the sun and decomposers?
200
All the living things in an area refers to a ____________.
What is community?
200
Animals that eat only plants.
What is herbivore?
300
A shark (nothing happens) and a remora fish (gets a free ride)
What is commensalism?
300
The Sun
What is abiotic?
300
Things that breakdown food and return the nutrients to the soil are called ____________.
What are decomposers?
300
What is bigger, a population or an organism?
What is a population?
300
Non-living things
What is abiotic?
400
A sea anemone (gets food) and a clownfish (gets shelter)
What is mutualism?
400
A cute puppy wagging its tail!
What is biotic?
400
In the following chain, what is the consumer? sun->sunflower->bluebird->maggot
What is the bluebird?
400
When one organism hunts and eats another organism, the organism that is being eaten is called the _________.
What is prey?
400
Organisms that eat for energy.
What is consumer?
500
A deer (gets sick and hurt) and a tick (gets food).
What is parasitism?
500
Water flowing down a river
What is abiotic?
500
Turkey vultures are a special type of consumer. What is this type of consumer called?
What is a scavenger?
500
A bear and a human are fighting for the same fish. This is an example of ___________.
What is competition?
500
Organism that hunts for food.
What is predator?
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