|UPSR Science: Food Chain|
|Thursday, 19 February 2009 05:31|
Food chain is a food relationship between organisms in a habitat. It describes the eating relationships between species within an ecosystem. Plants are eaten by herbivores and omnivores. Herbivores are eaten by carnivores and omnivores. In the food consumption relationship, energy is transferred from one organism to another. In a habitat, several food chains can be found and they form the food web.
Referring to our UPSR syllabus, food chain is one of the Standard 5 topics, and it is one of the commonly asked topics in UPSR (see past year question 2007 & 2008).
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