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Science: Living things need energy
Terms in this set (21)
to survive, living things need
producers, consumers, and decomposers
what 3 groups can animals be divided into based on how they get energy?
organisms that use sunlight directly to make food are called
producers use a process called ___ to make food
herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores that eat other organisms are known as
a consumer that eats only plants is a
a consumer that eats only animals is s
a consumer that eats both animals and plants is an
an example of a herbivore is a
grass hopper mouse
an example of an omnivore is a
omnivores that eat dead plants and animals are called
organisms that break down dead organisms to get energy are called
two examples of decomposers
a simple diagram that shows how energy in food flows from one organism to another is a
food chain does not show energy connections in nature as accurately as a ____ does
points towards the animal doing the eating
in food webs and food chains, does the arrow point toward the plant or animal doing the eating or the one that is eaten?
land ; aquatic
two examples of food webs on earth
the diagram that shows an ecosystem's loss of energy at each level of the food chain is known as _____
they think the return of the wolves will restore the natural enerfy flow in the area, bring populations back into balance, and help restore that park's natural integrity
what effect does the U.S. fish and wildlife service think the return of wolves will have in yellowstone national park?
wolves sometimes eat cows and sheep
why are ranchers near yellowstone worried about wolves returning?
elk number reduced, plants more growing, snowshoe hares and foxes number inceased
how have 3 populations of organisms changed since the reestablishment of wolves in Yellowstone National Park?
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