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What is a representation showing a specific flow of energy?
a) Food chain b) Food web c) Energy chain d) Energy pyramid
What is a representation of possible energy flows in a given area?
a) Food chain b) Food web c) Energy chain d) Energy pyramid
What is the classification of organisms found at the beginning of food chains and food webs?
a) Tertiary Consumer b) Herbivores c) Producer d) Primary Consumer
What do you call organisms that that rely on other organisms for their energy source?
a) Autotrophs b) Scavengers c) Producers d) Consumers
Which of the food chain levels listed below are classified as predators?
a) Producer b) Primary consumer c) Herbivore d) Tertiary consumer
What do you call the diagram that shows the amount of energy that moves from feeding level to feeding level in a food web?
a) Energy pyramid b) Food chain c) Energy web d) Food web
How do you classify an organism that breaks down dead organisms and returns important nutrients to the soil?
a) Autotroph b) Heterotroph c) Scavenger d) Decomposer
What is the classification for an organism that undergoes photosynthesis to make its own food?
a) Autotroph b) Primary Consumer c) Heterotroph d) Plant
How much energy is transferred from one feeding level to the next?
a) 50% b) 30% c) 15% d) 10%
How do you classify an organism that cannot make its own food?
a) Autotroph b) Heterotroph c) Animal d) Primary Producer
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