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JLC Gr4 Ch 5 Science

JLC Grade 4 Ch 5 Science Energy Transfer in Ecosystem

carnivores Animals that eat only meat
herbivores Animals that eat only plants
consumers Animals that cannot make their own food
producers Green plants that make their own food
habitat An environment that meets the needs of an organism is called its
food chain Movement of food energy in a series of organisms
decomposers Living things that feed on the wastes and remains of plants and animals
predators Consumers that eat prey
omnivore Eats both plants and animals
niche Role that each living thing has in its habitat
Which is a carnivore? rabbit or lion
Food web Food chains that overlap
Where green plants get most of the energy they need to make their own food. sunlight
A food chain consists of wheat, mouse, hawk. Which is the producer? wheat
A food chain consists of wheat, mouse, hawk. Which is the first level consumer? mouse
Are there more animals at the top or bottom of the food chain? Why? There are fewer animals at the top of the food chain because they need to eat the ones on the lower section of the food chain.
How do carnivores depend on green plants? Carnivores depend on the small herbivore animals to eat the plants and then they eat the small herbivores animal.
Created by: jkm1123