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There are 2 ways that organisms obtain their energy 1. Producer (aka Autotroph) 2. Consumer (aka Heterotroph)
Makes food by changing light energy of the sun into chemical energy, or food Ex. Plants, algae, some bacteria
Organisms that do not make their own food and must ‘consume’ it Ex. Humans, dogs, fungi (such as mushrooms), sharks, etc Mrs. Lalonde’s dog!
1) Herbivores Animals that obtain ALL of their energy from eating producers (plants) Ex. Cows, Elephants, Giraffes
2. Carnivores Obtain ALL of their energy from eating other organisms Lions, tigers, sharks, hawks
3. Omnivores Obtain energy by eating a mixture of plants and animals Ex humans, bears
4. Scavenger Obtain energy by eating dead organisms Ex. Vultures, shrimp
5. Decomposer absorb any dead material and break it down into simple nutrients or fertilizers Ex. – Bacteria and Mushrooms
Energy Transfer in Ecosystem
Autotrophs Heterotrophs Consumers Carnivores Herbivores Decomposers
Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy
Food Chains, Webs, & Pyramids
Food chains, food webs and the transfer of energy
DO NOW Answer the following: What is Ecology?.
Autotrophs/Producers A groups of organisms that can use the energy in sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into Glucose (food) Autotrophs are.
Part 1: Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy
Energy Flows Trophic Levels and Food Pyramids. Autotrophs A groups of organisms that can use the energy in sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide.
Energy Flow. All energy in an ecosystem comes from…….
Third lecture. Ecosystem An ecosystem is a self-sustaining, dynamic community of plants and animals in relation to their physical environment. System.
Activity 6: Food Chains and Food Webs. yrcY5i3s&feature=related (song) yrcY5i3s&feature=related.
Unit 2, Part 3 Notes Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy.
Carrying Capacity, Food Chains, Food Webs, and the Transfer of Energy
Autotrophs vs Heterotrophs. Autotrophs A groups of organisms that can use the energy in sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into Glucose (food)
The Marine Biome Marine Food Chains. Biodiversity The variety of living things in a particular area.
Food Chains and Food Webs.
A producer is an organism that gets its energy from the sun. Example: sunflower plant.
Do Now Question Give 5 examples of biotic factors and 5 examples of abiotic factors. 10/2.
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