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  • 1. Food chain By: Jose and Meri
  • 2. Vocabulary
    • Biomass: The total mass of the living organisms in a certain area.
    • Food Chain: a ‘Chain’ or series of living things in which each member depends for food, and therefore energy, on the member below in it the Chain. The chain begins with a producer (plant life) and ends with a top carnivore.
    • Producer: An organism (usually a green plant) which can produce nutrient tissue (food) from simple chemicals, often by photosynthesis.
    • consumer: An organism (usually an animal) which eats producers or other consumers.
    • Herbivore: An animal which eats grass or other plant life. A herbivore is usually a primary consumer.
    • Carnivore: An animal (or, very rarely, a plant) which eats mainly animals.
    • Predator: An animal which kills and eats another animal. The other animal is the prey of the other predator.
    • Prey: An animal hunted or caught for food.
    • Decomposer: An organism, such as a fungus or bacterium, which breaks down (decomposes) dead tissue (plants, animals, etc.) into chemicals.
  • 3. Food Chain Energy Source Producer Herbivore primary Consumer Predator prey omnivore secondary consumer Predator carnivore Tertiary consumer Decomposer
  • 4. Lion: Predator Giraffe: Prey Plants: Producer Pyramid
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