Roles and Relationship in an Ecosystem

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Roles and Relationship in an Ecosystem

ECOSYSTEM- IS A   SPECIFIC PLACE WHERE LIVING THINGS INTERACT WITH   NONLIVING THINGS.
HUMAN BEINGS, ANIMALS, PLANTS AND OTHER ORGANISMS   ARE   PARTS OF THE LIVING   ENVIRONTMENT.
SOME PARTS OF THE ENVIRONMENT ARE NOT ALIVE. SUNLIGHT, AIR, WATER, SOIL, AND MINERALS,   ARE PARTS OF THE NONLIVING OR PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT.
LETS FIND OUT HOW INTERACTIONS OF ORGANISMS WITHH ONE ANOTHER AND WITH THEIR ENVIRONMENT.
ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS IN AN ECOSYSTEM
A community of plants and animals that live together are related in some ways. No organism can live alone. Neither animals nor plants can survive by themselves. Plants need animals and animals need plants. Both animals and plants need us as we need them. Human   needs plants that serve the food and plants need human that produce carbondioxide in able them to survive.
  *   For example, a colony of insects may have a tree as its home. The insects may feed on the leaves and fruits of a tree. Some birds that live in the same tree may feed on the larva of the insects are related to the birds because they provide food for the birds. The tree is also related to the birds because it provides a nesting place for them.

Why did PRODUCER, CONSUMERS, DECOMPOSERS are important?
  * These 3 are important because it is the group of living things in an ecosystem. Each of these group performs a different work.

  1. PRODUCERS - A producer in an ecosystem is an organism which can produce food for itself and for others. Plants are the only producer in the ecosystem because it provides food for many animals and human.

EXPLANATION – All living things or organisms need food in order to survive.   Plants and algae are organisms that can make their own food.   They possess the green coloring called Chlorophyl in their leaves. They use chlorophyll to trap sunlight. Using the energy of sunlight, they turn carbon didoxide and water into food. This process of food- making is called   “PHOTOSYNTHESIS “.
PRODUCERS-   WHICH ARE MOSTLY...

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