Biology- Food Webs

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1. What is a primary producer?

  • made up
  • usually a herbivore, the second trophic level, usually a smaller animal
  • something that breaks down dead matter
  • usually a carnivore or omnivore, the last trophic level, usually a large animal, usually the tertiary consumer
  • usually uses photosynthesis, the first trophic level, usually not an animal
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2. why are all organisms interdependant?

  • due to the relationships between their energy
  • they're not
  • due to their feeding relationships
  • due to the relationships between their biomass

3. What is the producer?

  • usually a medium-large animal, the last trophic level
  • usually a plant, the first trophic level
  • usually a small animal, the second trophic level
  • usually a medium animal, the third trophic level
  • something that breaks down dead matter

4. What is a tertiary consumer?

  • the top of the food chain, usually an omnivore, often the secondary consumer
  • the top of the food chain, usually an omnivore, often the primary consumer
  • the bottom of the food chain, usually an herbivore, often the producer
  • made up

5. What is the secondary consumer?

  • usually a herbivore, the second trophic level, usually a smaller animal
  • made up
  • dead matter
  • usually a carnivore or omnivore, the last trophic level, usually a large animal, usually the tertiary consumer
  • the top of the food chain, usually an omnivore

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