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The laws of matter and energy state…
What is the difference between a food chain and a food web?
What is the ultimate source of energy for food chains and food webs?
Select ALL of the following that primary producers need in order to grow and thrive. (4 choices)
How much energy do consumers receive from the organisms they eat?
Why do consumers only receive 10% of the energy from the organisms they consume?
Select ALL of the following that organisms use and lose energy for in order for them to perform important processes to keep them alive. (4 choices)
Match the amount of energy that each organism contains in the following food chain:
Match the following to their correct description on the food web:
Carrots, Grasses, Grains
Rabbits, Mice, Grasshoppers
Match the following organisms with what they feed on for energy by analyzing the food web below:
Why do producers contain 100% of the energy in ecosystems?
What would happen to food chains and food webs if top tertiary consumers/apex predators were removed?
What happens as you go up energy pyramids?
Match the amount of available energy with its correct description on the following energy pyramid:
What important function do decomposers have in ecosystems?
Match the answers with their correct answers by analyzing the following energy pyramid:
Which organisms receive the most energy?
Which organisms receive the least energy?
Which organisms have to consume other organisms to survive?
What is being transferred as you move up the energy pyramid?
What do all of these organisms have in common?