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Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
Imagine that pollution caused all the plants in an aquatic food chain to die. Would this affect the population of the largest fish?
  1. Yes, because the largest fish need to eat plants to supplement their diet.
  2. Yes, because all the food energy in the chain begins with the plants.
  3. No, because the largest fish are big enough to survive a change in the ecosystem.
  4. No, because only the smallest fish depend on the plants for survival.
Grade 8 Food Chains and Webs
Organisms that exclusively feed on producers are
  1. herbivores.
  2. omnivores.
  3. carnivores.
  4. predators.
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
What organism feeds only on plants?
  1. carnivore
  2. herbivore
  3. omnivore
  4. detritivore
Grade 3 Food Chains and Webs
A rabbit is a
  1. consumer.
  2. producer.
  3. decomposer.
Grade 8 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
Why can many kinds of plants and animals live together in an ecosystem?
  1. The plants and animals all care for each other and protect one another.
  2. The plants and animals are part of a food chain and depend on each other to live.
  3. The plants and animals have nothing to do with each other, so they can live together.
  4. The plants and animals all feed on the same things, so they compete with each other for food.
Grade 3 Food Chains and Webs
When a living thing dies it DECOMPOSES and rots away. What does DECOMPOSE mean?
  1. to grow bigger
  2. to break down
  3. to survive
  4. to study closely
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
What breaks down dead plants and animals?
  1. decomposer
  2. consumer
  3. predator
  4. producer
Grade 4 Food Chains and Webs
An animal that eats only plants or producers is a(n)
  1. consumer.
  2. herbivore.
  3. carnivore.
  4. omnivore.
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
What is an animal that eats herbivores?
  1. omnivore
  2. herbivore
  3. carnivore
  4. decomposer
Grade 4 Food Chains and Webs
Select an example of a decomposer.
  1. bumblebee
  2. fly
  3. mushroom
  4. bear
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Some beetles break down the remains of dead animals. Some mushrooms break down the remains of dead trees. These actions most benefit plants by
  1. returning nutrients to the soil.
  2. releasing oxygen into the air.
  3. making space for new animals.
  4. decreasing the population of herbivores.
Grade 9 Food Chains and Webs
Which organisms can be found at the first, or lowest, trophic level?
  1. herbivores
  2. carnivores
  3. heterotrophs
  4. autotrophs
Grade 7 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 9 Food Chains and Webs
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