A coral reef's food chain starts with algae that produce food from water, carbon dioxide and sunlight, which are eaten by microscopic organisms, invertebrates, fish and turtles, wh...
Food Web for a Coral Reef
A coral reef, like all ecosystems, depends on nutrient transfer from producers to consumers, though the density of species within a coral reef makes it unique. Such density promotes the evolution of niche species that often feed off of or interact with...
Food webs consist of different organism groupings called trophic levels. In this
example of a coral reef, there are producers, consumers, and decomposers.
This lesson is on the food web and ecosystem of coral reefs. In this lesson, we'll
learn what a food web is and what coral reefs are. We'll look at a specific ...
The coral reef food web: key feeding relationships, energy sources, and energy
Energy Flow in the Coral Reef Ecosystem ... convert light energy into chemical
energy, which then gets passed through the food web to plant eaters, flesh eaters
This is a Coral Reef Food Web. See if you can identify all the parts of the food
web that make this a functioning, healthy ecosystem. Look for: The Producers -
Food chains and webs show the flow of chemical energy through an ecosystem.
From the sun, to producers, to primary consumers, to secondary consumers,.
A visual representation of the delicate food web of the Great Barrier Reef,
showing an example of predators and prey in this delicate ecosystem.
Marine Food Web. 4th Order Consumers. (Decomposers) ... REEF CRAB. ROCK
LOBSTER. CORALS ... SPONGE. PHYTOPLANKTON. CORALLINE ALGAE.