Food Chains and Food Webs

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Angela Strudwick
Concordia University
EDCI588
February22, 2...
A food chain is a way of describing how
animals and plants feed on one another.
It shows direct feeding relationships
betw...
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rs/lessonplans/foodweb.html
A food web shows animals and plants
that live in an ecosystem. Several food
chains are shown on a food web. The
web shows ...
FOOD WEB
Plants are called producers because
they make their own food. They do
not need to feed on any other plant or
animal.
Some animals only eat plants.
They are called primary
consumers. They are also
called herbivores because
they only eat pla...
Some animals eat herbivores. They are called
secondary consumers. They are also called carnivores,
because they eat meat.
Some animals eat either animals
or plants. They are called
omnivores.
.
Animals that eat secondary consumers are the
top of the food chain. They are called tertiary
consumers.
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Food chains and food webs

  1. 1. Food Chains and Food Webs maggiesscienceconnection.weebly.com Angela Strudwick Concordia University EDCI588 February22, 2014
  2. 2. A food chain is a way of describing how animals and plants feed on one another. It shows direct feeding relationships between plants and animals. Each food chain begins with a plant and ends with an animal. In any ecosystem there are several food chains.
  3. 3. Reptiles Alive http://www.reptilesalive.com/teache rs/lessonplans/foodweb.html
  4. 4. A food web shows animals and plants that live in an ecosystem. Several food chains are shown on a food web. The web shows the relationship between the food chains it contains.
  5. 5. FOOD WEB
  6. 6. Plants are called producers because they make their own food. They do not need to feed on any other plant or animal.
  7. 7. Some animals only eat plants. They are called primary consumers. They are also called herbivores because they only eat plants.
  8. 8. Some animals eat herbivores. They are called secondary consumers. They are also called carnivores, because they eat meat.
  9. 9. Some animals eat either animals or plants. They are called omnivores. .
  10. 10. Animals that eat secondary consumers are the top of the food chain. They are called tertiary consumers.
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