Asked in Food Chains and Food Webs
Food Chains and Food Webs
In creating a food chain which comes first herbivore or a carnivore?
What comes first in a food chain a herbivore or a producer?
The food chain begins with a producer, then moves up to a primary consumer (herbivore) and secondary consumer (carnivore) and tertiary consumer (apex predator) ...
Asked in Producers (food chain)
What is an omnivore producer?
well all those are consumers, the herbivore, the carnivore, and omnivore, they eat other organisms for energy. but sun ---> grass --> insects ---> rabbit ---> wolf where all energy comes from ---> producter ---> herbivore ---> omnivore ---> carnivore ...
Asked in Ecosystems
Where can the smallest number of organisms be found in the ecological pyramid?
At the top. So let's say there are lots of plants in Africa, and an herbivore eats those. Then, a carnivore (lion) comes along and eats that herbivore. And then at the very top of the pyramid there are scavengers (vultures) who just eat what's left of the herbivore after the carnivore is done with it. ...
Asked in Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores
Is the Weedy sea dragon a herbivore carnivore or omnivore?
Carnivore The Weedy Sea Dragon is another member of the family Syngnathidae that only comes from Australia. Its resembles its close cousin the Leafy Sea Dragon. ...
Asked in Animal Behavior, Herbivores, Omnivores
Is an owl an omnivore herbivore carnivore or decomposer?
Owls are carnivores because they eat only meat for their food. This meat normally comes in the form of small rodents or mice. ...
Asked in Food Chains and Food Webs
Explain why there are never more than 4 trophic levels on a food chain?
In a food chain e.g, the energy comes from the sun which reaches the grass (producer), which is eaten by the rabbit (herbivore/prey) which eats some of the energy. The fox (predator/carnivore) eats the rabbit which the fox eats the remaining energy from the rabbit, as you can see there has been energy consumed and there is not enough energy to be consumedd further. ...
Asked in Biology, Animal Life, Ecosystems
Where does the energy for the tropic levels come from?
Trophic levels are levels in a food chain. Every food chain must begin with a producer (also called an autotroph), which is a plant that can produce its own food by photosynthesis. When a plant is eaten by a vegetarian animal (like an insect) which is eaten by a carnivore (a bird, for example) which is eaten by another carnivore (a snake, for example), each step in the process is another trophic level. The energy ultimately comes from the sun and...
Asked in Carnivores
What is a source of nitrogen for carnivores or meat eating animals?
the source of nitrogen comes from the prey of the carnivore is a smaller carnivore whose prey is a herbivore. the nitroen stems down from each animal starting at the plant. a venus fly trap must get its nitrogen from other place like a fly unlike a normal pant which can get it from the ground. venus flytraps grow in nitrogenless soil ...
What is above a major in the service?
Next in the chain of command is a lieutenant colonel, then comes colonel, then brigadier general (one star). Next in the chain of command is a lieutenant colonel, then comes colonel, then brigadier general (one star). Next in the chain of command is a lieutenant colonel, then comes colonel, then brigadier general (one star). Next in the chain of command is a lieutenant colonel, then comes colonel, then brigadier general (one star). Next in the chain of command is a lieutenant colonel, then...
Is there always a consumer that comes next in the food chain?
yes, because if there is not the food chain will be broken and cannot continue ...