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Obtain energy from sun and use inorganic compounds from environment to make organic compounds - Which type of producer
Primary Producer
Second trophic level including heterotrophs / herbivores - Which typ of consumer
Primary Consumer
Third trophic level including heterotrophs / carnivores - Which type of consumer
Secondary Consumer
This group lives on dead organic matter and include scavengers / decomposers
Detrovores or Tertiary Consumers
This group eats both plants and animals
Omnivores or Final Consumers
All the organisms that constitute a specific group or occur in a specific habitat. They can interbreed.
A group of plants / animals living and interacting with one another in a specific region under relatively similar environmental cond. Biotic community (only living organisms)
Involves the interaction of living (biotic) communities and non-living (abiotic) factors in their environment (biomes)
Tick bird and Rhino - Which type of symbiotic relationship
Tape worm and Humam - Which type of symbiotic relationship
E.Coli and Humans - Which type of symbiotic relationship
Barnacle and Whale - Which type of symbiotic relationship
Legumes and Nitrogen fixing bacteria have which type of symbiotic relationship
The gradual process of ecosys development brought about by changes in community composition and the production of a climax characteristic of a particular geographic region is known as
A new island that formed as a result of volcanic activity is an example of which type of succession
Primary Succession
Which type of succession occurs where the existing community is removed
Secondary Succession
Symbiotic relationships include
Parasitism, Commensalism, Mutualism