All the living parts of an ecosystem are the [Blank]factors. e.g. trees, birds, and mushrooms
The nonliving parts of an ecosystem are the [Blank] factors. e.g. sunlight, water, air(oxygen) and rocks.
The tree that a bird lives in and gets its needs from is its [Blank].
Woodpeckers eat insects living in tree barks so insects are a [Blank] resource for woodpeckers.
A part of an ecosystem that an organism needs to survive is a [Blank].
A [Blank] is the role of an organism in an ecosystem.
Birds may [Blank] competition for resources if they eat different types of food/ live in different parts of the tree/hunt at different times of the day.
Plants need sunlight, [Blank] and carbon dioxide to make their own food.
Environmental changes can be caused by a biotic factor e.g. [Blank] cut down trees and build dams across streams. As a result, water collects and a pond forms. Turtles and ducks move into the pond where they can find [Blank] and [Blank].
[Blank] are formed by the interaction between a living and a nonliving thing.
Organisms of the same kind that live in the same place at the same time form a[Blank].
Different populations that live in the same place at the same time form a [Blank].
Order of organization in an ecosystem: organism → [Blank] → community → ecosystem
A buildup of fats in arteries can cause serious health problems: arteries can become [Blank] due to the buildup of fats which cause a reduced blood flow to organs.
All the living and nonliving things interacting together in one place form an [Blank].
Ways or habits that help maintain a good circulatory system: Exercise regularly, [Blank] diet, avoid [Blank].