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Study the word list: GCSE Geography: Ecosystems

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Word list: GCSE Geography: Ecosystems

abiotic Abiotic things are non living components of an ecosystem such as rock or water.
biotic Biotic things are the living organisms within an ecosystem.
chain In a food chain, nutrients and energy are passed upwards from one organism to the next.
consumer A consumer is a creature that eats other animals and / or plants.
cycling Nutrient cycling is the cycling of minerals from soil and water up through the food chain before returning to the soil and water.
decomposer A decomposer is an organism such as fungus, that breaks down dead tissue in an ecosystem.
ecosystem An ecosystem refers to a natural environment and the flora, fauna and bacteria that live in it.
food A food chain shows how each living thing in an ecosystem gets their food.
global An example of a global ecosystem is a tropical rainforest or a desert.
nutrient Nutrient cycling is the cycling of minerals from soil and water up through the food chain before returning to the soil and water.
producer A producer is an organism that absorbs energy from the sun through photosynthesis.
web A food web is a complex system of plants and animals relying on one another for food.

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