2) which period best describes the energy exchange between trophic bands? a- common b- ecological c- inefficient d- excessive 3) where would a large producer fit in the food chain? a- first stage b- central stage c- final stage d- each stage
2) The appropriate answer may be C-inefficient. The inefficient time period can better explain the energy exchange between trophic bands. This is because much of the potency will be lost at a specific trophic stage in the heat type. The organism uses many powers acquired at the explicit trophic stage for its mobile capabilities. Only about 10% of the energy is transferred to the next trophic stage. 3) The correct answer can be a first step. In any ecosystem, producers hold the first place because they make or synthesize meals from carbon dioxide and water using daylight. Customers (herbivores and carnivores) trust producers immediately or not directly for their vitamin. The simple meal chain can be summarized as follows: Producers → Primary customers (herbivores) → Secondary customers (carnivores) → Tertiary customers (primary carnivores)
•Inefficient is the time period that helps describe the energy exchange between trophic bands.
The amount of energy decreases at each trophic stage as it passes through the ecosystem. About ten percent of the energy is transferred with each step, and the remaining ninety percent is lost primarily during metabolic exercise as heat. For example, if the pastures consist of 10,000 kilocalories, only 1,000 kilocalories are transferred to the main customers. Upon reaching the tertiary client, the greatest amount of energy is lost. The variety of customers on a specific trophic subject depends on its measure and wealth of power.
•The main producers are at the first stage of the flour chain.
Large producers are the first part of an ecosystem. They are an essential part of the ecosystem. They create the basis of the meals with the decomposer. They are consumed by the main customers; typically, herbivores and these primary customers are consumed by secondary customers. An organism that is at the beginning of the food chain dies, these organisms are consumed by the microorganism (decomposers). They help fix the nitrogen step and provide the natural materials for further technology to large customers.
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It will probably be located on the central step
will probably be in the central stage of Rationalization:
The first producer may be at the back of the flour chain. Rationalization:
First step because these are the main ones to provide meals by photosynthesis
Fits the back. Hope this helped!
The underside of the beef flour chain
The main hyperlink of the meal chain