The trout fishing industry might grow
The bloodworm population loses a predator and their population size might increase
There would be less bloodworms so the trout would have less to eat.
There would be less Algae
B and D
C and D
Source of energy
Biotic component of an ecosystem
None of the above
Species A is a predator; Species B is the Prey
Species A and Species B are endangered species
Species A is an insect; Species B is a plant.
Species B is the predator; Species A is the prey.
Be a consumer
Release energy in the form of heat
Capture energy from an abiotic source and convert it into a biotic form
Capture energy and convert it into an abiotic form.
Zebras would be considered to be a herbivore.
Carnivores occupy the greatest numbers in an ecosystem.
Producers occupy the bottom of the pyramid because they have the greatest biomass out of all the Trophic Levels.
Herbivores occupy a central position in the pyramid immediately above the producers.
A food web contains decomposers while a food chain does not.
A food chain contains decomposers while a food web does not.
A food web contains all possible paths of energy while a food chain does not.
A food chain contains all possible paths of energy while a food web does not.
Most of the energy in the food chain is concentrated in the producers.
The least amount of energy in the food chain is concentrated in the producers.
Carnivores like lions have the most energy because they weigh the most.
Herbivores, like cows and zebras, have more combined energy than plants, because they have a lot of meat on their bodies.
The red fox and the bear population would increase immediately.
The red fox population would decrease at first.
The rabbit population would suffer.
The deer population would face an immediate shortage of berries.
The black bear population would be greater than the rabbit population.
The rabbit population would follow after the black bear population.
The black bear population would increase immediately after the rabbit population increases.
The black bear population would follow the rabbit population, but only after a delay of a few years.