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Life science vocabulary words

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  • things that do not eat, move, grow, or reproduce
  • things that eat, move, grow, breathe, reproduce, and react to changes around them
  • all the organisms of the same type living in a certain area
  • the animals and plant populations that live in an area
  • to die or be destroyed
  • an organism that uses energy from the sun to create food during photosynthesis
  • an organism that cannot use sunlight to make food, but instead gets its food from eating other organisms
  • organisms that recycle once-living matter by breaking down waste and other dead organisms
  • orderly changes that occur in an organism throughout its lifetime
  • the process by which organisms, such as plants, use energy from sunlight to make food
  • a sequence or chain showing the way food energy is passed from one organism to another
  • occurs when too many organisms live in the same area, resulting in food, water, and space shortages
  • a place where organisms live that provides food, shelter, water, and other factors needed for survival
  • behaviors learned from a parent or form an organism's environment
  • traits that are passed from parents to offspring through genes
  • a structure or behavior, or trait in an organism that helps it survive in its environment
  • the shape, physical characteristic, or appearance of an object
  • all things in a certain area, living and nonliving, that interact with each other
  • the preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms from the distant past
  • a diagram that shows the many relationships between food chains in an ecosystem
  • the children or young that are the result of reproduction
  • a reproductive cell produced by a female animal
  • non-renewable fuel formed by plant and animal remains buried in the Earth
  • an adaptation where one animal copies a structure or behavior of another animal for survival
  • an adaptation that allows an animal to blend in with its environment