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FOOD CHAINS

FOOD CHAINS

FOOD CHAINS. By: Jennifer Richardson. Animals and plants are linked by food chains…. Animals get energy and nutrients by eating other animals or plants. For example, caterpillars eats leaves; small birds eat caterpillars; owls eat small birds; eagles eat owls.

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Ecology

Ecology

Study of interactions between organisms and their environments. Ecology. What you will learn in Ecology . What is Ecology? Habitats Feeding relationships in a habitat. Food chains Energy flow in a food chain. What you will learn in Ecology . Food Webs Adaptations Competition

By Roberta
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Welcome! First we will look at the quizzes – we will grade them in class – then we will start the new Challenge (3).

Welcome! First we will look at the quizzes – we will grade them in class – then we will start the new Challenge (3).

Welcome! First we will look at the quizzes – we will grade them in class – then we will start the new Challenge (3). Hmwk: Complete Part 3 if needed. Challenge 3 – Part 1 Food Chains.

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Food Chains and Food Webs

Food Chains and Food Webs

Food Chains and Food Webs. Why do scientists study food chains?. Scientists study food chains to see how energy flows through organisms Where do we get energy? Food (plants, animals) Where do those organisms get energy?. Carnivores. Herbivores. Omnivores. Producers.

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Food Chains

Food Chains

Food Chains. Shows the feeding relationships between organisms in a habitat. Composition of food chains. Begins with a PRODUCER -usually a plant The source of the energy for the food chain is the SUN The PRIMARY CONSUMER (herbivore) eats the producer

By Samuel
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Chapter 3: The Biosphere

Chapter 3: The Biosphere

Chapter 3: The Biosphere. Section 3-2: Energy Flow. Interest Grabber. Pass It Along. Section 3-2.

By issac
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Ecology and the Environment

Ecology and the Environment

Ecology and the Environment. Many organisms have relationships that are not understood until it is too late. Dodo Bird. Calvaria tree.

By omer
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Habitats and Food Chains

Habitats and Food Chains

Habitats and Food Chains. What is an ecosystem?. An ecosystem refers to all the animals and plants found in one place, and the way they all live together. Different plants and animals live in different ecosystems. Different ecosystems can be close together.

By Faraday
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Energy Flow Through an Ecosystem

Energy Flow Through an Ecosystem

Energy Flow Through an Ecosystem. Food Chains, Food Webs, Energy Pyramids. Begins with the SUN Photosynthesis. 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + sunlight & chlorophyll  C6H 12 O 6 + 6O 2. The chemical reaction by which green plants use water and carbon dioxide and light from the sun to make glucose.

By Rita
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Flow of energy in ecosystems

Flow of energy in ecosystems

Flow of energy in ecosystems. Food Chains & Food Webs. Turn and talk to a partner. How do you get your energy? From where does that energy come? Why do you need energy?. Photosynthesis. Plants use the sun’s energy to make their own food – turning light energy into chemical energy.

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This lesson will increase your knowledge of concepts covered in the following TEKS for biology:

This lesson will increase your knowledge of concepts covered in the following TEKS for biology:

This lesson will increase your knowledge of concepts covered in the following TEKS for biology:. 3.a – Analyze, review, and critique scientific explanations, including hypotheses and theories, as to their strengths and weaknesses using scientific evidence and information

By kiril
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Energy Flow in Ecosystems

Energy Flow in Ecosystems

Energy Flow in Ecosystems. Ecology – the study of the relationships between organisms and their environment Ecosystem -- a community of organisms and their nonliving environment Environment – everything that affects an organism (living & nonliving).

By seymour
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KS3 Biology

KS3 Biology

KS3 Biology. 7C Feeding Relationships. Contents. 7C Feeding Relationships. Habitats. Adaptations. Feeding types. Food chains. Food webs. Summary activities. Habitats. What is a habitat? The place where an organism lives is called its habitat. What makes a habitat?

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Table of Contents. Energy Flow in Ecosystems Cycles of Matter Biogeography Biomes Aquatic Ecosystems. Energy Roles. Recall that a self-sustaining ecosystem has four characteristics: 1. A constant source of energy (usually the sun )

By cornelia
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Food Chains and Energy Pyramids

Food Chains and Energy Pyramids

Food Chains and Energy Pyramids. By: Brianna Shields November 1, 2004. DO NOW. 1. Which biome is characterized by a large quantity of cone bearing (pine) trees? 2. The living organisms within an ecosystem comprise a ……….?

By maurizio
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Chapter 28

Chapter 28

Chapter 28. Energy Flow and Nutrient Cycling in Ecosystems. 0. How Do Nutrients and Energy Move Through Ecosystems?. All ecosystems consist of two components Biotic - living organisms in a given area —bacteria , fungi, protists , plants, and animals

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Unit 4B: Habitats

Unit 4B: Habitats

Unit 4B: Habitats. Habitats. T. Unit 4B: Vocabulary. Some useful words Organism – Nutrition – Habitat – Predator – Prey – Producer – Consumer – Food chain – . a living thing. the way organisms get their food. the place where an organism lives.

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Food Chains and Energy Pyramids

Food Chains and Energy Pyramids

Food Chains and Energy Pyramids. By: Brianna Shields November 1, 2004. DO NOW. 1. Which biome is cold, has flat, bare land, few plants and animals, and permafrost? 2. What makes up a community? 3. What makes up a population?. GOAL.

By leora
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Food Chains

Food Chains

Food Chains. Living Things Depend on Each Other. Making and Getting Food. Interact with environment Why do animals interact with the environment to get their food? Plants are producers What is a producer? An animal is a consumer. What is a consumer?. Consumers.

By adolfo
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Final Assignment Thematic Unit RAINFOREST THEME GROUP ONE

Final Assignment Thematic Unit RAINFOREST THEME GROUP ONE

Julianna M. Werlang Student ID#1075129 University of St. Thomas BIEDL-5338 Project #5 & Activity #6. Final Assignment Thematic Unit RAINFOREST THEME GROUP ONE. Lesson 1 Activities. Adverb Creation with Suffixes and Sloths. Morning Message. Dear Students,

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