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Fins Fish body parts used by fish for motion Decomposer Bacteria that breaks down dead organisms Carnivore Meat Eater
Food Web Connected food chains Food Chain Food relationship between plants and animals 1st order Consumer Eats Producers (herbivore)
Omnivore Eats plants and animals HerbivorePlant eater Gills Organs a fish uses to breathe
Prey animal eaten by another Producer A green plant PredatorHunter
3 rd order consumer Eats 2 nd order consumer 2 nd order consumer Eats 1 st order consumer
Food Webs BACK NEXT.
Section 1 Interactions Among Living Things
Created by Mr. Hemmert. Science ALCOS L5.3 Tracing the flow of energy through a food chain Example: producer, first-level consumer, second-level consumer,
Science By Reba Wiggins
VideoVideo Rabbit Why do you think we are watching this video of this rabbit?
Energy flow in Ecosystems
FOOD CHAIN AND WEBS Presenters: Bunantie Cain andAlecia Harris.
Name _____ 7__ Ch. 2 VOCABULARY Sept.__ Food Chains & Webs.
Food Web Terms.
1 Energy Flow Through in Ecosystems Lesson 1 Food Chains, Food Webs, Energy Pyramids.
Organisms represented in Food Chains / Food Webs.
What is Energy?. Energy is the capacity for action/doing work.
Food chains and Food webs
How is an organism’s energy role determined in an ecosystem?
How Do Living Things Get Energy? By: Mr. Hearn. Objective Energy is transferred to living things through the food they eat. Student knows examples of.
Unit B: Chapter 2 Vocabulary Living Things Depend on One Another.
Part 2. ENERGY Where does all of the energy on planet earth come from?
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