symbiosis
Interactions in ecosystems
food chains/webs
ecosystems
Whatever
100

Both animals benefit

mutualism

100

They make their own food for energy.

Producer

100

A series of steps by which energy moves from one type of living thing to another.

food chain

100

The coldest biome

tundra

100

This process turns sunlight into food for producers.

photosynthesis

200

one animal benefits while nothing happens to the other one

commensalism

200

They cannot make their own food.  Many depend on producers for energy.

Consumers

200

Arrows in a food chain mean...?

Is eaten by/energy passed on to

200

Survive in a warm, rainy, humid environment all year round.

Tropical rainforest

200

A raccoon eats plants and animals.  Therefore it is a(n)...

omnivore

300

one animals benefits while the other one is harmed

parasitism

300

They break down the remains of dead plants and animals.

Decomposers

300

Many food chains combined together.

Food web

300

A biome with little or no rain.  Hot days, cold nights.

desert

300

Rabbits eat just plants.  It is considered a(n)...

herbivore

400

A long term relationship between two different organisms is called what?

symbiosis

400

An animal that hunts and eats another animal.

predator

400

Not using the sun, this starts every food chain/web.

producer

400

The largest biome.  Its main plant are conifers.

Taiga

400

All living things in an area.

biotic factors

500

A cleaner shrimp cleans the mouth of a moray eel.  The eel gets a clean mouth and the shrimp gets food.  This is an example of....

mutualism

500

Any animals hunted for food by another animal.

Prey

500

The shortest possible food chain.

producer-decomposer

500

The biome we live in.

Deciduous forest/mixed forest

500

All non-living things in an ecosystem.

abiotic factors

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