What Are the Trophic Levels in Our Ecosystem?

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In any ecosystems the first trophic level is usually occupied producers. The other trophic levels in the ecosystem are primary consumers, secondary consumers and lastly tertiary consumers.
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Plants and algae comprise the lowest level of the trophic system. Called primary producers or autotrophs, plants and animals create their own food using photosynthesis. By using energy
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levels of energy flow. 1. producer. 2. consumer. 3. decomposer.
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Carnivores form the third and even the fourth trophic levels ChaCha f.
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