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You Want Flies with That? introduces the concept of predator and prey in relationship to other organisms in an ecosystem.

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Having What it Takes—to Survive explains how specialized structures in plants and animals help them survive in specific ecosystems.

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Using three Missouri ecosystems as examples, It’s What’s Inside that Counts illustrates how ecosystems develop through the interactions of living and non-living things.

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Browse definitions of the terms introduced in the Nature Unleashed unit.

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The Nature Unleashed Student Book table of contents lists the unit’s eight exciting chapter topics and resources.

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Lakes and Ponds describes different types of lakes and ponds, explains the role of oxygen in supporting an aquatic community, compares land and water plants, and shows the life cycle of a pond.

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From Sun to Sunfish shows how energy circulates through an aquatic community via the food chain and explains the roles of predator and prey within the community.

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Expanding on the concept of species adaptation, Living in the Water illustrates how Missouri fish have adapted to their aquatic environments.

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Swamps and Marshes overviews Missouri’s wetland types, explains how wetland soil works, lists examples of wetland plant adaptation, and explains how wetlands filter water and provide flood control.

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Water is Life introduces the concept of the hydrosphere, the special properties of water, and why clean water is important to quality of life.

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