there is about ten percent of the energy that the next level in the food chain is reciving
Only about 10% of the energy is transferred from one trophic level to another.
Well think about it. If only 10 percent energy goes around. Do the math
the answer is 10%
it can get passed by being eaten and thats how the energy gets through
Most of the energy is used up by the predator
10% every trophic level. Only 1% of sunlight is passed down however.
90 percent of energy is lost at each level in a food chain.
No, only about 10-20% of an organism's energy is passed on to the next level of the food chain.
Approximately 10 % .
At each level of the food chain, about 90% of the energy is lost in the form of heat. The total energy passed from one level to the next is only about one-tenth of the energy received from the previous organism.
Ten percent .
As the electrons move along the electron transport chain, energy level drops.
2 percent - correct answer
About ten percent
As energy flows through the food chain, 90% of the energy is lost at each trophic level and 10% is passed on.
in a food chain, energy transfers from one level to another. The 10% rule says that 10% of energy is transfered from one level to another because the rest of the energy is being used by the organism.
Each level in a food chain in which energy is exchanged is called a trophic order level or simply a trophic level. As a side note only ten percent of the energy exchanged between trophic levels is absorbed. For example, if a cat eats a bird only ten percent of the energy the bird contains that can be utilized cannot exceed ten percent of the total amount of energy present. (Think calories.)
Because when the other animal eats it only 10% of the energy is passed on to the animal that ate it.
As you move up the food chain the energy level goes down. When an organism eats another organism it loses 10% of the energy that was in the previous organism..
Because energy is lost as heat in each level of the food chain.