A:B: Energy pyramidDecomposer pyramid C:D: Producer pyramidHerbivore pyramid #1 Producers, Primary Consumers, Secondary Consumers, & Tertiary Consumers are the four layers of this __________________..
A:B: food chainconsumer chain C:D: trophic chainNone of these #8 This energy pyramid also lists four organisms in order in a __________ from Producer to Tertiary Consumer. (For the test, be able to list organisms in order in a food chain.)
A:B: The hawks would decrease, the mice would increase, & the corn would decrease The hawks would increase, the mice would decrease, & the corn would increase C:D: Both of theseNeither of these What would happen in this food chain if a disease killed off most of the snakes? #9
A. The hawks would decrease, the mice would increase, & the corn would decrease
A:B: The mice, snakes, and hawks would all increase The mice, snakes, and hawks would all decrease C:D: Both of theseNeither of these What would happen if these was no corn in this ecosystem? #10
B. The mice, snakes, and hawks would all decrease
A:B: Producer Consumer C:D: DecomposerNone of these What kind of organism is not shown in this diagram? #11
A:B: ChemicalPhysical C:D: MechanicalNone of these #14 *Decomposers produce heat when they are breaking down dead material. *The energy in the dead organisms is being converted to heat energy. What type of energy is being converted?
A:B: Decomposers kill trees as a means of controlling tree populations Decomposers are not necessary for the growth of trees C:D: Decomposers provide trees have important nutrients None of these #15 What important roll do decomposers play in the growth of trees in a forest?
C. Decomposers provide trees with important nutrients.
A:B: Consumers C:D: DecomposersOmnivores Producers #16 What type of organisms are necessary to insure that nutrients are returned to nature?