First of all, a comsumer and a predator are basically the same thing. They both eat other things. A producer is the one who produces things (such as themselves) for other animals to eat. So, a producer produces and a consumer consumes.dhrgtldhgfd
No it's a predator feeding upon smaller fish, shrimp and crab. These feed upon zooplankton which in turn eat phytoplankton. These are known as trophic levels. The Phytoplankton would be a primary producer. and a comsumer
it's a producer because cats harness sunlight and turn it into sucrose in their body so when the Chinese people cook and eat it, then they can harness the cats energy and the cat and man are of one flesh.
A Bull Rush is a producer because it uses the sun for energy. The sun creates a chemical called Cloryphil and the plant uses it for energy. Along with the moister found in the area its roots are in. (photosynisis).
No, consumer organisms (herbivores) only eat the producer plants (green plant material). The consumer only gains energy form the producer things like chloroplasts are just digested and not transferred into the cells of the consumer.
Do a Google search for "Sams Photofact". Sams was THE producer of service data for comsumer electronics for many decades. They are no longer produced, but still available used on eBay and other places.