Omnivores, Herbivores and Carnivotes

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Biology
Grade:
5

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Omnivores, Herbivores and Carnivotes

- Plants' leaves use sunlight to change water from the ground and carbon dioxide from the air into sugar. This process is called photosynthesis.- Some single-celled organisms carry out photosynthesis too. - Plants and other organisms that use light energy to make sugar from carbon dioxide and water are called producers.

Photosynthesis

How Living Things Get Energy

- A scavenger is an animal that feeds on the bodies of recently dead organisms.- A decomposer uses up what scavengers leave behind. It helps to break down and decay dead organisms and the wastes of living organisms.- As decomposers consume their "food," they change it into simple nutrients that lnts can use. - Without decomposers, soild would not contain enough nutrients for plants to grow.

Scavengers and Decomposers

- Animals get the energy and nutrients they need from the food they eat.- All organisms that depend on other organisms for food are called consumers.- Consumers that eat only plants are called herbivores.- Consumers that eat only other consumers are called carnivores.- Consumers that eat both producers and consumers are called omnivores.

Consumers

SunflowerPRODUCER

BearOMNIVORE

ZebraHERBIVORE

JaguarCARNIVORE

Black VultureScavenger

MushroomsDECOMPOSERS


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