5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- organisms, such as fungi and bacteria, that break down and absorb nutrients from dead organisms
- only 10% of the energy contained in a particular trophic level is available for transfer to the next trophic level
- an organism that eats teriary consumers.
- organism that feeds on plant and animal remains and other dead matter
4 True/False questions
Secondary Consumer → gets food from secondary consumers. also called third level consumers.
Primary Producer → An autotroph, usually a photosynthetic organism. Collectively, autotrophs make up the trophic level of an ecosystem that ultimately supports all other levels.
Herbivore → a flesh-eating animal
trophic level → organism that obtains energy by eating both plants and animals