Where are green plant located in the food chain?
– Green plants occupy the first trophic level herbivores occupy the second trophic level and carnivores occupy the third, fourth, and fifth trophic levels.
Are green plants called producers?
Green plants use sunlight and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to produce carbohydrates by the process of photosynthesis. Since, plants produce food for themselves, they are known as producers.
Is green plants are called consumer?
Green plants are called producers because they can prepare their own food by a process called photosynthesis. Green plants occupy the first level of a food chain.
- Where are green plant located in the food chain?
- Are green plants called producers?
- Is green plants are called consumer?
- Why green plants are considered producers?
- Why do we call green plants producers in food web?
- Who is referred consumer?
- Are producers always plants?
- Why green plants are called producers and animals are called consumers?
- What is a producer *?
- Who is producer and consumer?
- Who are primary consumers in food chain?
- What is consumer in biology?
- What is a producer in bio?
- What is producer in food chain?
- What is a herbivore in a food chain?
- What are plants in the food chain?
- What are 4 food chains?
- Is a herbivore a producer or consumer?
- What are herbivores also called?
- What is the correct order for food chain?