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Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers (Grade 5)

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Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers

1. 
A decomposer is an organism that
  1. eats plants only.
  2. breaks down dead things.
  3. has died.
  4. eats meat only.
 
2. 
What is a consumer?
  1. organism that makes its own food
  2. patterns of body color for hiding
  3. organism that must eat to get energy
  4. behavior that organisms inherit
3. 
What are organisms that make their own food with sunlight or chemical energy?
  1. producers
  2. consumers
  3. decomposers
  4. scavengers
 
4. 
Which living thing is a producer?
  1. fish
  2. dog
  3. turtle
  4. tree
5. 
What is an animal that eats a producer?
  1. consumer
  2. decomposer
  3. prey
 
6. 
What type of consumer eats only producers?
  1. herbivore
  2. omnivore
  3. plant
  4. carnivore
7. 
Which type of organism is found at the bottom of an energy pyramid?
  1. consumer
  2. herbivore
  3. producer
  4. omnivore
 
8. 
An African lion is a
  1. decomposer.
  2. consumer.
  3. producer.
  4. herbivore.
9. 
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.
 
10. 
Which best describes the role of a producer in an ecosystem?
  1. A producer supplies light for the consumers in the ecosystem.
  2. A producer supplies water for the consumers in the ecosystem.
  3. A producer supplies oxygen for the consumers in the ecosystem.
  4. A producer supplies energy for the consumers in the ecosystem.
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