4th grade Science Chapter 6 SG
Terms in this set (23)
What does the food chain always begin with?
What 3 things are needed for a plant to make its own food?
Where would a first level consumer get most of its energy?
Does sun, water, or carbon dioxide give green plants most of the energy they need to make their own food?
What does an ocean food chain MUST have?
What are some common types of decomposers?
What are the three types of consumers?
an animal that eats only plants
a living thing that feeds on waste of plants
a living thing that CAN make its own food
an animal that eats plants and other animals
a living thing that CAN'T make its own food
an animal that eats only other animals
a diagram showing how much energy is passed
environment that meets the needs of an organism
consumers that are eaten by predators
the role of an organism
a group of food chains that overlap
a consumer that eats prey
the movement of food energy in a sequence
herbivores that eat producers
first level consumer
carnivores or omnivores that eat 1st level consumers
second level consumer
decomposer that eats 2nd level consumers
top level consumer