Ecosystems What is an ecosystem? A community formed by the interaction of organisms with their environment. Ecosystems are made up of biotic (living) organisms and abiotic (non-living) factors. Within an ecosystem there exists a feeding relationship between producers, consumers and decomposers.
Food Chains What is a Food Chain? The order of feeding relationships in an ecosystem Who eats Who How does a food chain work? A food chain is made up of three different type of organisms: Producers Consumers Decomposers (Plants) (Animals)
Food Chain GRASS RABBIT WORM (producer) (consumer) (decomposer)
Food Chain GRASS RABBIT FOX WORM (producer) (consumer) (consumer) (decomposer) There can be more than one consumer in a Food Chain.
Ant Dandelion Worm Dingo Lizard Seaweed Bacteria Cricket Human Kookaburra Wheat Mouse Eagle Fish Wagtail Dolphin
Food Chains Dandelion Grass Hopper Lizard Kookaburra Dingo Ant Wheat Mouse Eagle Ants Seaweed Fish Dolphins Humans Bacteria Grass/Wheat Grasshopper Wagtail Worm Grass (Plant Material) Grasshopper Kookaburra Eagle Worm