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This is a simple presentation on consumers' roles in ecosystems for my Grade 9 MYP science class.

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  • Consumers

    1. 1. PROJECT ZOOM
    2. 2. PROJECT ZOOMTissues - Organs - Organ Systems - Organisms
    3. 3. PROJECT ZOOM ConsumersTissues - Organs - Organ Systems - Organisms
    4. 4. PROJECT ZOOM ConsumersTissues - Organs - Organ Systems - Organisms Mr. Matt Erdosy 2012
    5. 5. Consumer Breakdown
    6. 6. Consumer BreakdownPrimary Consumer - Eats producers.
    7. 7. Consumer BreakdownPrimary Consumer - Eats producers. Ex: all herbivores
    8. 8. Consumer BreakdownPrimary Consumer - Eats producers. Ex: all herbivoresSecondary Consumer - Eats primaryconsumers (and some producers)
    9. 9. Consumer BreakdownPrimary Consumer - Eats producers. Ex: all herbivoresSecondary Consumer - Eats primaryconsumers (and some producers) Ex: jackals, birds, black bears, etc >> omnivores
    10. 10. Consumer BreakdownPrimary Consumer - Eats producers. Ex: all herbivoresSecondary Consumer - Eats primaryconsumers (and some producers) Ex: jackals, birds, black bears, etc >> omnivoresTertiary Consumer - Eats both primaryand secondary consumers (carnivores)
    11. 11. Consumer BreakdownAnimals Vertebrate or Invertebrate
    12. 12. Consumer BreakdownAnimals Vertebrate or Invertebrate
    13. 13. Consumer BreakdownAnimals Vertebrate or Invertebrate
    14. 14. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    15. 15. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    16. 16. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    17. 17. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    18. 18. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    19. 19. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    20. 20. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    21. 21. Consumer BreakdownBodyTypes
    22. 22. Strategies Organisms survive because of evolved adaptations.The adaptations are evident in the cells, tissues, organs and organ systems of every living thing.
    23. 23. Example - KoalaPrimary ConsumerMammal
    24. 24. Organ SystemsRespiratory, Reproductive, Nervous,Circulatory, Endocrine, etc are allpretty much identical to humanform and function. (Match these toyour organisms’ MRS GRENrequirements.)Digestive System has uniqueadaptations.
    25. 25. Organ SystemsRespiratory, Reproductive, Nervous,Circulatory, Endocrine, etc are allpretty much identical to humanform and function. (Match these toyour organisms’ MRS GRENrequirements.)Digestive System has uniqueadaptations.Koalas have a long caecum - anoffshoot of the large intestine.This organ allows more time for bacteria to break down thefibers of the eucalyptus leaves, which are normally toxic.
    26. 26. Organs Caecum - extra loop of the large intestine, full of cellulose-digesting bacteria.What does the organ DOto enable the organism tosurvive in your biome?
    27. 27. Organs Caecum - extra loop of the large intestine, full of cellulose-digesting bacteria.What does the organ DOto enable the organism tosurvive in your biome?
    28. 28. TissuesIntestinal Villi - increase the surface area ofthe interior wall of the intestine. Increasesthe ability of the intestine to absorbnutrients from food. What does the tissue DO to enable the organism to survive in your biome?
    29. 29. Specialized Cells Epithelial Cells in the small intestine.What do thespecialized cellsDO to enable theorganism tosurvive in yourbiome?
    30. 30. Example - Martial Eagle
    31. 31. Example - Martial EagleTertiary Consumer
    32. 32. Organ SystemsSpecialized DigestiveSystem Crop - mixes food with saliva and water. Gizzard - muscular organ that grinds food, often using small stones that the bird has swallowed.
    33. 33. Specialized OrgansEagles have 4 color receptor cells in their eyes,compared to our three, allowing them to see into theultra-violet spectrum. The have sharper focus andbetter long-distance vision that humans.
    34. 34. Specialized TissuesTendon Sheath -constricts to ‘lock’talon in theclosed-gripposition.
    35. 35. Specialized CellsPhotoreceptive cells in the bird’s eyereact due to different wavelengthsof light.
    36. 36. Apply This Information You need: At least 2 examples of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Consumers for your biome.One of them might be your leading character.

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