What is the first-order consumer in a ecosystem?
the thing that is getting eaten
A secondary consumer is a predator that eats the primary consumer in an ecosystem. Flow of energy in an ecosystem= primary producer>primary consumer>secondary consumer>teriary consumer
A consumer is something in an ecosystem that feeds off of producers or other consumers
a consumer are all the animals in the ecosystem
A primary consumer will never become a secondary consumer. In an ecosystem, there is one primary consumer and one secondary consumer, just like there is only one producer. Each member of an ecosystem has its specific duty.
A consumer eats other oraganisms, such as plants or animals.
a consumer in a pond ecosystem could be a fish eating a piece of algae, or a bigger fish eating a smaller fish.
The transfer of energy in an ecosystem is what is shown in a food chain. The 1st level consumer eats the producer. The 2nd level consumer eats the 1st level consumer and so on.
producer, consumer, decomposer
A fish is a consumer, they eat and don't produce things.
a secondary consumer is an animal that eats other animals to get energy, but they do not get as much energy as a primary consumer.
a high-level consumer, which is usually the top predator in an ecosystem and/or food chain.
Consumer? A Consumer in the ecosystem is an organism in which feeds upon other animals or plants.
Either producer or a consumer.
it is a secondary consumer
producer, consumer, and decomposer :)
Buffalo is a secondary consumer
Herbivores are producers!:)
Primary consumer .
A primary consumer is a herbivore and eats plants, grasses and other green organisms.
A herbivore is the type of consumer that would eat only living sea grass in a coastal ecosystem.
Tertiary consumers in the ecosystem are animals who do not eat other of the same organisum aka the tertiaryoganero
A fox is a secondary consumer in an ecosystem. It feeds mostly on primary consumers - plant eaters.
a primary consumer
just cause their fat :)
A producer makes products while the consumer uses or really consumes them
tiger is a consumer because he eats he does not make any thing that can contribute to the ecosystem he consumes animals
In any ecological system on the earth,first consumers are herbivores e.g.grasshopers,rabit,deer etc. in forest ecosystem,tadpole larva of frog in aquatic ecosystem. Third consumers are always carnivores.e.g.snake is third consumer as it eats frog & frog is secondry consumer as it eats grasshoper,which is a first consumer(herbivore).
a producer already has it's energy so the consumer gets it's energy from there
A cow can be described as a primary consumer, a herbivore or just a consumer.
it is in consumer. it eats bamboo and grasses. its a herbivore
No, a coyote is a carnivore and a consumer, not a decomposer.
it depends on the ecosystem in the area
Producer, and the secondary consumer
It will depend on the ecosystem.
How do the roles of an consumer affect the ecosystems
The flow of energy in an ecosystem is unidirectional and is not cyclic. It is represented in a flowchart form. The flow of nutrients in an ecosystem is cyclic like a water cycle. An example for flow of energy is :- sun --- producer --- primary consumer --- secondary consumer --- tertiary consumer --- decomposer. The energy remained in the is very little and it is released as heat. An example for flow of nutrients… Read More
Primary level consumers
Producer, consumer, decomposer
consumer to producer
Producer, Consumer, and Decomposer.
a tiger. it consumes herbavores which live off the land
The Nutria is a consumer because it eats and does not produce anything.
the cheetahs role is to be the secondary consumer and a top level predator
The living part of ecosystem is the biotic component and is comprises of autotrophs or producers and hetrotrophs or consumer which are designated as t2, t3, t4
sun producers abiotic substance primary secondary consumer decomposers
A cheetah's role is to be a secondary consumer and top leveled predator.
Energy flows in one direction from producer to consumer to decomposer.
A bear is a secondary consumer. eats the plant eaters or the primary consumers.
An organism that is the source of all food in an ecosystem is called a producer. A consumer gets its energy by feeding on other organisms.