Sources of Energy
Food Chains
Food Webs
Review
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Plants that make their own food are called ______.

What is a producer?

100

A food chain passes ________ from one living thing to another.

What is energy?

100

Food webs are made from various interrelated _________ __________.

What are food chains?

100

Make a food chain with the following: -mouse -snake -seeds -hawk

What is seeds - mouse - snake - hawk?

200

Animals that need to eat to live are called ______.

What are consumers?

200

A food chain always begins with a __________.

What is a producer?

200

The number of people in an area make up a ____________.

What is a population?

200

Something that shows how animals in a community get their energy (food) in various forms.

What is a food web?

300

All living things need food to give you _______.

What is energy?

300

The organism that eats the producer is called the ___________.

What is a consumer?

300

All food webs start with __________.

What are producers?

300

The path by which energy passes from one living thing to another is a _____.

What is a food chain?

400

_____ break down nutrients and put them back into the environment.

What are decomposers?

400

True/False: Consumers can be omnivores, herbivores, or carnivores.

What is True?

400

A food web is like a spider web, all things are connected...What happens when a part of it is pulled out or broken?

What is - It falls apart?

400

An animal that hunt other animals for food?

What is a predator?

500

These species help regulate the overall energy and other species needed in an ecosystem.

What are keystone species?

500

Where do plants (producers) get their energy from?

What is the Sun/solar energy?

500

What type of living thing would be found at the TOP of a food web?

What is a predator?

500

What do all of these living things have in common: deer, rabbit, squirrel?

What are herbivores?

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