To help each student better understand the concept of a food chain; more about interactions within a population; and why "eating lower on the food chain" enables an organism to have more food available.
Students will study and diagram an imaginary food chain, evaluating the size of the components, the inter-relationships of the components, and then applying this information to a real-life food chain.
E. Biotic and abiotic factors within an ecosystem
Process Skills Checklist
No specific safety considerations are required for this activity.
Bartlesville Independent School District 30
Environmental Science Curriculum