Six kingdom scrapbook
Hayden barr

Our school went to a field trip to the Tennessee Aquarium. My first impression was that the place was small. But then I realized that it had many buildings for different habitats.the main smell was fish because it's an aquarium. The only thing I heard was Ben. He talked nonstop!

An individual is 1 species living by itself. This individual's habitat is a tree
This is a population. A population is a group of the same species.

It interacts with it's environment by climbing on the tree to make shelter.

This is a community. A community is more than 1 population live in the same area

Different organisms use commensalism, mutualism, and parasitism to survive and possibly help out other organisms in the community. If they don't use one of those things, they rely in abiotic and biotic things. Like plants use the sun to make food for them to live. Or like a pack of wolves catching their own food that is living.

mutualism- when 2 biotic factors use each other to live (a bird cleaning an alligator's teeth)

commensalism-just like mutualsim but only 1 factor gets benefited and the other doesn't get hurt ( barnacles on a whale getting food but not hurting the whale)

parasitism-when 1 biotic factor gets benefited but the other factor gets hurt (a tick on a person or animal)

This is a mushroom from the kingdom fungi. They are like plants but they don't have chlorophyll. Fungi are multicellular and are autotrophs.

This is an alligator snapping turtle from the kingdom animalia. They don't have a cell wall. Animals also are heterotrophs that are multicellular  

This is a plant. They have chlorophyll and are multicellular autotrophs.

This is an euglena from the kingdom Protista. They are uni and multicellular,have chloroplast and are heterotrophs and autotrophs

the hawk's energy role is a consumer because it eats other animals to get energy. The hawk is also a heterotroph. A heterotroph is an organism that has to eat something to gather energy.

This is a food web

In this picture thee are producers (organisms that make their own energy), consumers (organisms that eat other things to gather energy) and decomposers (organisms that break down dead organisms to gather energy)

The last things I showed you are abiotic factors because they don't have the specifications of all living things:

1. Have at least 1 cell

2. Exchange gases

3. Reproduce

4. Develop and grow

Organisms depend on and respond to abiotic things by living in them and making it an ecosystem by having biotic and abiotic things in the same place

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