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A pathway that shows how energy is passed from one living thing to another is called....
a) Plants b) Sun c) Food chain d) Herbivore
Animals that are __________ get their energy from eating plants or other animals
a) Sun b) Producers c) Decomposers d) Consumers
Organism that recycles dead plants and animals
a) Consumer b) Producer c) Decomposer d) Omnivore
What is the source of energy for all living things
a) Plants b) Heat c) Food chain d) Sun
Group of connected food chains
a) Food chains b) Food web c) Sun d) Energy pyramid
Berries----deer----- wolf. The wolf would be considered what in this food chain?
a) Primary consumer b) Omnivore c) Secondary consumer d) Tertiary consumer
All food webs, and energy pyramids start with _____________.
a) Producers b) Consumers c) Decomposers d) Tigers
What is the main reasons scientists classify organisms?
a) To arrange organisms by how large they are b) To create differences between organisms c) To help come up with names for organisms d) To help scientists better understand biodiversity
What type of organism could be at the 2nd trophic level?
a) Herbivore b) Primary consumer c) Secondary consumer d) Tertiary consumer
How are decomposers good for the environment?
a) The return nutrients to the environment b) They give energy to the plants c) They help consume organisms that are not good for the ecosystem d) They are just good bro!
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