The Kangaroo is the Primary Consumer.
So it works like this...
Grass Kangaroo Dingo
This is an example of a food chain. The Grass is eaten by the Kangaroo which is eaten by the Dingo.
The Grass is the Primary Producer, the Kangaroo is the Primary Consumer and the Dingo is the Secondary Consumer.
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Trophic level efficiency is the ratio of production of one trophic level to the production of the next lower trophic level. This efficiency is never high.
fourth trophic level
Scavengers are on every trophic level
Producers make up the first trophic level. A trophic level is each step in a food chain or food web is called a trophic level.
The trophic level is where an organism falls on the food chain. Most birds fall on the highest level, trophic level 4.
Yes it is. As you go up the trophic level the biomass of that trophic decrease
Trophic Level #1
they are tertiary consumers. the first trophic level.
Third trophic level. It eats insects.
Fungi do not have an independent trophic level as they eat thing from all other trophic levels
its in the trophic level it lives in.. its in the trophic level it lives in..
The second trophic level refers to all consumers.
First trophic level. Producers
what trophic level do amur leopards live in
Its an T1 because its an producer
It in takes 10% of the energy from the lower trophic level organism.
This is because energy is lost at each trophic level. The energy available to the next trophic level is about 10% of the energy of the previous trophic level.
Biomass at the fourth trophic level is approximately ten times smaller than biomass at the third trophic level.
The first trophic level, or the level with producers and microorganisms.
Well, I am guesing either the secondary of third trophic level. If you know the trophic level of clams and shellfish, the walrus is right above that.
The first trophic leval
In which trophic level are all plants found?
The trophic level that has the most energy is the producer(s).
The Trophic level is each step in a food chain or food web.
just a diagram of a food chain but with trophic level features