Ecolog y
Vocabular y Game
Ecology :
 Study of living things

 The bottom of the ocean
 No idea
Biotic
 Something Living

 Something Non-living
Abiotic
 Something Living

 Something Non-living
Habitat
 An environment made up of parasitic relationships.
 An atmosphere with nothing to offer its living things.
 An...
Prey

 Consumer that get eaten

 Consumers that eat othe

 Consumer that eats anim
Predator
 A consumer that eats prey.
 Consumers that are eaten.
 A producer.
Carnivore
 A plant eater.
 An animal eater.
 Eats both plants and animals.
Herbivore
 A plant eater.
 An animal eater.

 Eats both plants and ani
Omnivore
 A plant eater.
 An animal eater.

 Eats both plants and ani
Ecosystem
 A collection of habitats in a given area.
 A habitat.
 A large area of land.
Niche
 A specific role each living thing has in its habitat.
 A job that a living
thing has in its
environment.
 A spec...
Food Web
 Several different separate food chains
 Several separate food producing stages.
 Several food chains that ove...
Food Chain

 The movement of food energy in a sequence of liv
 The movement of
food through a
processing factory.
 The ...
Producer
 An animal that eats
other animals and
plants.
 Any living thing that
can make its own
food.
 A living thing t...
Consumer
 An animal that eats
plants or other
animals to survive.
 An animal that
makes its own food.
 An animal that
p...
 TRY AGAIN
 CORRECT!!!!!!!!
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Ecology vocab

  1. 1. Ecolog y Vocabular y Game
  2. 2. Ecology :  Study of living things  The bottom of the ocean  No idea
  3. 3. Biotic  Something Living  Something Non-living
  4. 4. Abiotic  Something Living  Something Non-living
  5. 5. Habitat  An environment made up of parasitic relationships.  An atmosphere with nothing to offer its living things.  An environment that meets that needs of living things.
  6. 6. Prey  Consumer that get eaten  Consumers that eat othe  Consumer that eats anim
  7. 7. Predator  A consumer that eats prey.  Consumers that are eaten.  A producer.
  8. 8. Carnivore  A plant eater.  An animal eater.  Eats both plants and animals.
  9. 9. Herbivore  A plant eater.  An animal eater.  Eats both plants and ani
  10. 10. Omnivore  A plant eater.  An animal eater.  Eats both plants and ani
  11. 11. Ecosystem  A collection of habitats in a given area.  A habitat.  A large area of land.
  12. 12. Niche  A specific role each living thing has in its habitat.  A job that a living thing has in its environment.  A specific role of a living thing.  All of these
  13. 13. Food Web  Several different separate food chains  Several separate food producing stages.  Several food chains that overlap.
  14. 14. Food Chain  The movement of food energy in a sequence of liv  The movement of food through a processing factory.  The movement of food through the digestive track.
  15. 15. Producer  An animal that eats other animals and plants.  Any living thing that can make its own food.  A living thing that eats other animals.
  16. 16. Consumer  An animal that eats plants or other animals to survive.  An animal that makes its own food.  An animal that produces food for other animals.
  17. 17.  TRY AGAIN
  18. 18.  CORRECT!!!!!!!!

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