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Food Web Bingo

Definitions for Food Web Bingo

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The mass of living tissue found at each level of a food chain. Biomass
One way energy is lost from a chain chain. Heat energy
An organism that can make its own food. Producer
An animal the get energy from eating both plants and animals. Omnivore
An animal that hunts prey. Predator
This type of consumer eats primary consumers. Secondary
This is shown by the arrows in food chains/webs. Energy flow
Hunted by predators. Prey
An animal the get energy from eating other animals. Carnivore
The third level of consumer in a food chain. Tertiary consumer
This amount of energy is lost at each level of a food chain. 90%
Producers use this chemical reaction to make their own food. Photosynthesis
This type of consumer only eats plants. Primary
This is also called a primary consumer. Herbivore
This type of energy is converted into chemical energy by producers. Light
This amount of energy is passed on to the next organism in a food chain. 10%
This is needed by all organisms to carry out the processes required for life. Energy
Created by: dhsbiology