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ecosystems by Mind Map: ecosystems

1. Abiotic

1.1. Rock

1.1.1. Sunlight Rain Wind

2. Habitats

2.1. Tundra

2.2. Savana

2.3. Grassland/Marshland

2.4. Temperature Forest

2.5. Tropical Rainforest

2.6. Desert

3. Ecological Footprint

3.1. Litterless lunch

3.2. Bike or walk

3.3. energy powerd car

3.4. Energy powed house

3.5. led lights

4. Clasification of animals

4.1. Herbevor

4.1.1. Reindeer Muskox Arctic Hare

4.2. Carnivore

4.2.1. Wolf Lion Canidae

4.3. Consumer

4.3.1. Humans Lions Pollar Bear

4.4. Scavenger

4.4.1. Raccoon Coyote Turkey Vulture

4.5. Predetor

4.5.1. Lion Tiger Killer Whale

4.6. Prey

4.6.1. Hawk Eagles Buzzards

4.7. Detrevore

4.7.1. Millipede Dung Beetle Earthworms

4.8. Omnivore

4.8.1. Pig Badger Bear

4.9. Producer

4.9.1. Apple Tree Rose Bushes Watermellon plant

5. Endangered species

5.1. Asian longhorn beetle

5.2. Garlic Mustard

5.3. Purple Loosestrif

5.4. Zebra Muscles

6. Biotic

6.1. Animals

6.1.1. Plants Humans

7. Animals,bugs and bacteria

7.1. Food pyramid

7.2. Food Web

7.3. Food Chain

7.4. Food Cycle

8. Primary Succession( Little to no soil present.)

8.1. Islands

8.2. Volcanic Rock

8.3. Glacier Retreats

8.4. Secondary Succession

8.4.1. Forest Fire

8.4.2. Harvesting

8.4.3. Hurricane

8.4.4. Tsunami

9. Vocabulary

9.1. Photosynthesis: A process by which plants use water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight to produce sugars (food)

9.2. Producer: an organism that makes its own food from non-living materials

9.3. Consumer: an organism that eats other living things for energy

9.4. Herbivore: an organism that eats plants only

9.5. Carnivore: an organism that eats other animals only

9.6. Scavenger: an organism that eats already dead animals

9.7. Omnivore: an organism that eats both plants and animals

9.8. Detrivore: an organism that feeds on large parts of decaying plant and animal matter and on waste material

9.9. Decomposer: an organism that consumes and breaks down dead organisms or waste matter into simple substances

9.10. Food Chain: a sequence that shows how energy and nutrients are transferred from one organism to another in an ecosystem

9.11. Food Web: a model that shows how food chains in an ecosystem are connected

9.12. Pyramid Of Numbers: a model that shows the number of individuals at each level in a food chain or food web

9.13. Closed System: a system in which the amount of matter remains constant over time

9.14. Cycle: a pattern in nature that repeats over time

9.15. Sustainable: something that can be maintained and used indefinitely

9.16. Evaporation: the process in which a substance changes state from liquid to gas

9.17. Condensation: the change in state of a substance from gas to liquid

9.18. Precipitation: water in the liquid or solid state that falls to Earth

9.19. Ecosystem:a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment.

10. Growth Of A Plant

10.1. Seed

10.1.1. Water,Sunlight,food Small sappling medium sappling