Ecological Pyramids?


An ecological pyramid classifies the different biomass productivity in a given ecosystem by each trophic level. They usually start with the largest group, the producers, at the bottom and work their way up to the smallest group, the tertiary consumers, at the top.
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An ecological pyramid is also known as a trophic pyramid. It is a diagram used to show certain things in an ecosystem at a certain level. Usually these are illustrations of biomass.
Numbers, biomass and energy.
( ek·ə′läj·ə·kəl ′pir·ə·mid ) (ecology) A pyramid-shaped diagram representing quantitatively the numbers of
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Numbers, biomass and energy are the three ecological pyramids. Ecological pyramid is a graphical representation designed to show the biomass or biomass efficiency ...
An ecological pyramid is a graphical demonstration intended to illustrate the biomass or biomass productivity on each trophic level in a specified ecosystem. It ...
An ecological pyramid is a type of graphical representation. It shows the biomass productivity or biomass at the trophic level in ecosystems. The pyramid is also ...
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