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Lilly Rainforest Vocabulary

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Biology
Grade:
4

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Biodiversity - The variety of all living organisms. #varietyoflife

Biota - Everything living including things we cannot see.#Living

Adapt - To change to be able to survive in particular envionment.#survivinglife

Rainforest VocabularyBy Lilly

Dependence -The ecological process when one plant or animal needs another to survive.#thanksforhelping

Ecosystem - A system where orgnisms live and interact with each other. # interactingwithothers

Chlorophyll - The green matter in plants needed to produce food.#producinggreen

Foraging - Searching for food.#hungryme

Endemic - Native to a region and found nowhere else.#newhere

Migration - To pass from one region or from one climate to another.#packingmybags

Habitat- an area in which an organism lives.#myhome

Species- a group of plants or animals ofthe same type.#familytime

Indigenous- in and characteristic of a particular region or country; native. #localnative

Deciduous forest in spring (1) Paul Fuqua, 2003 . Image.Discovery Education. Web. 7 April 2015. .Rain forest stream (2) Paul Fuqua, 2003 . Image.Discovery Education. Web. 15 April 2015. Rain forest, river bank Paul Fuqua, 2003 . Image.Discovery Education. Web. 15 April 2015. Rain forest, Amazon River (2) Paul Fuqua, 2003 . Image.Discovery Education. Web. 15 April 2015. .

mutualism - a relationship between two species of organisms in which both benefit from the association.#caringforever

symbiotic - having an interdependent relationship. #friends

parasitism - a relation between organisms in which one lives as a parasite on another.#highfive

competition- a relationship between two species of organisms in which both benefit from the association.#Let'sdoit!

commensalism - a type of relationship between two species of a plant, animal, fungus, etc., in which one lives with, on, or in another without damage to either.#nodamage


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