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Classification


Learning outcome – to understand how energy is transferred from one

organism to another

 

To learn how to interpret food chains and food webs Food chains show how

energy is transferred from one organism to the next. The food chain starts

with a producer usually a plant who can produce its own energy using the

light from the sun The producer is then eaten by the primary consumer, then

the secondary consumer and so on.

The arrows in a food chain show in which direction the energy is moving.

 

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Producers in this case, the grass can make the energy through the process

of photosynthesis. The primary consumer usually only eats plants and can

also be referred to as a herbivore The secondary consumer will eat the

primary consumer, so because it eats other animals it can be referred to

as a carnivore.

 

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