Interactions ofInteractions of
Living ThingsLiving Things
ScienceScience
Chapter 2Chapter 2
An ecosystem has…
1. only trees and people.
2. only nonliving things.
3. only living things.
4. both living and nonliving
...
producer
• A(n)
___________
_________ is
an organism
that makes its
own food.
The place where a plant or animal
lives is called its…
1. species
2. habitat
3. adaptation
4. prey
In a rainforest, what are some
limited resources that plants need?
Why?
1. Nutrients in the soil
would be limited
because ...
pollinator
• An animal that
helps plants
make seeds by
moving pollen
is called a(n)
____________
________.
What do animals use camouflage for?
1. to look like
another organism.
2. to survive habitat
change
3. to hide from
predato...
How do the bee and the plant depend
on each other?
1. The plant needs the bee
for food.
2. The plant needs the bee
to repr...
Which organism makes its own food?
1. mouse
2. all of them
3. fox
4. grass
adaptation
• A(n)
______________
______ can be a
physical feature
or a behavior
that helps a plant
or animal
survive.
What does NOT happen to the food
an animal eats?
1. The food is used for
energy.
2. The food passes through
the animal.
3....
consumer
• An organism that eats plants or
eats other animals that eat plants
is a(n) ____________________.
A rabbit running in a zigzag ahead of a
fox is a rabbit’s …
1. game.
2. environment.
3. behavior.
4. food.
extinction
• __________
__________
is when all
members of
a species die
out.
Camouflage is a kind of …
1. disguise.
2. food.
3. place to live.
4. behavior.
Living things get energy from…
1. air
2. food
3. soil
4. water
Which organism is a carnivore?
1. tree
2. lion
3. mold
4. ant
prey
• ____________________ is any
animal that is hunted for food.
Plants and animals compete for food,
water, and …
1. space
2. warmth
3. shade
4. sunlight
Use the Chart: Inquiry
In which year was the deer
population the largest?
The smallest?
year 15
year 30
All organisms do one of these two
jobs:
1. save food and
use it.
2. make food or
eat it.
3. shop for food or
cook it.
4. h...
Organisms compete for resources
because…
1. resources are
plentiful.
2. resources become
extinct.
3. resources are scarce....
species
• A group of
organisms that
produces
organisms of the
same kind is a(n)
______________.
camouflage
• _______________
is the physical
appearance of an
animal that helps
it blend in with its
surroundings.
mimicry
• ________________
is an adaptation
that allows an
animal to protect
itself by looking like
another organism.
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  1. 1. Interactions ofInteractions of Living ThingsLiving Things ScienceScience Chapter 2Chapter 2
  2. 2. An ecosystem has… 1. only trees and people. 2. only nonliving things. 3. only living things. 4. both living and nonliving things.
  3. 3. producer • A(n) ___________ _________ is an organism that makes its own food.
  4. 4. The place where a plant or animal lives is called its… 1. species 2. habitat 3. adaptation 4. prey
  5. 5. In a rainforest, what are some limited resources that plants need? Why? 1. Nutrients in the soil would be limited because so many plants grow there. 2. Sunlight is limited because the taller plants shade the plants below.
  6. 6. pollinator • An animal that helps plants make seeds by moving pollen is called a(n) ____________ ________.
  7. 7. What do animals use camouflage for? 1. to look like another organism. 2. to survive habitat change 3. to hide from predators and prey 4. to sleep so they save energy
  8. 8. How do the bee and the plant depend on each other? 1. The plant needs the bee for food. 2. The plant needs the bee to reproduce. 3. The bee does not need the plant. 4. The bee needs the plant to reproduce.
  9. 9. Which organism makes its own food? 1. mouse 2. all of them 3. fox 4. grass
  10. 10. adaptation • A(n) ______________ ______ can be a physical feature or a behavior that helps a plant or animal survive.
  11. 11. What does NOT happen to the food an animal eats? 1. The food is used for energy. 2. The food passes through the animal. 3. The food disappears. 4. The food breaks down.
  12. 12. consumer • An organism that eats plants or eats other animals that eat plants is a(n) ____________________.
  13. 13. A rabbit running in a zigzag ahead of a fox is a rabbit’s … 1. game. 2. environment. 3. behavior. 4. food.
  14. 14. extinction • __________ __________ is when all members of a species die out.
  15. 15. Camouflage is a kind of … 1. disguise. 2. food. 3. place to live. 4. behavior.
  16. 16. Living things get energy from… 1. air 2. food 3. soil 4. water
  17. 17. Which organism is a carnivore? 1. tree 2. lion 3. mold 4. ant
  18. 18. prey • ____________________ is any animal that is hunted for food.
  19. 19. Plants and animals compete for food, water, and … 1. space 2. warmth 3. shade 4. sunlight
  20. 20. Use the Chart: Inquiry In which year was the deer population the largest? The smallest? year 15 year 30
  21. 21. All organisms do one of these two jobs: 1. save food and use it. 2. make food or eat it. 3. shop for food or cook it. 4. hunt for food and grow it.
  22. 22. Organisms compete for resources because… 1. resources are plentiful. 2. resources become extinct. 3. resources are scarce. 4. resources are limited.
  23. 23. species • A group of organisms that produces organisms of the same kind is a(n) ______________.
  24. 24. camouflage • _______________ is the physical appearance of an animal that helps it blend in with its surroundings.
  25. 25. mimicry • ________________ is an adaptation that allows an animal to protect itself by looking like another organism.

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