write notes on plants and animals as sources of food

Session 2 6 Adaptations for Feeding I

SCIENCE NOTES About Adaptations for Capturing Food Every animal needs to eat food to survive Some animals eat plants (or plant-like organisms) some animals eat other animals and some animals eat both plants and animals Adaptations for capturing food vary widely and include ways to capture and hold on to prey as well as behaviors for

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The Importance of Wildlife: Human Survival Depends

In ancient days and still occasionally clothes are crafted from the hide and fur of animals Using plants for material is a sustainable practice Cropping plants encourages new growth and new growth means availability of this resource The food we eat obviously comes from animals and plants

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Lesson 1: Producers Consumers and Decomposers

5 Start asking questions and rephrasing the answers on the board for students to record as notes Here are some sample questions to ask: What is the root source of all food in the ecosystem? Which plants animals and insects make food and which ones eat food? (Circle the producers in one colour of chalk and the consumers in another colour)

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8 Main Values of Biodiversity

4 Diverse group of animals are used for medical research during the testing of new drugs 5 Consumptive use value: This is related to natural products that are used directly for food fodder timber fuel wood etc Humans use at least 40 000 species of plants and animals on a daily basis

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Lesson 1: Natural Resources on Earth 9

• Most living things need water food and air (AAAS 5C) • Plants and animals both need to take in water and animals need to take in food In addi-tion plants need light (AAAS 5E) • People need water food air waste removal and a particular range of temperatures in their environment just as other animals do (AAAS 6A)

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Scouting/BSA/Mammal Study Merit Badge

Take good pictures of two kinds of mammals in the wild Record light conditions film used exposure and other factors including notes on the activities of the pictured animals Write a life history of a native game mammal that lives in your area covering the points outlined in requirement 3c List sources

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How Is Soil Depletion Affecting Your Food?

10/27/2016This post was most recently updated on December 4th 2016 Here's a dirty little secret about the food you're eating: Soil depletion appears to be sapping nutrients from the fruits and vegetables that wind up on your dinner table "Ever since humans developed agriculture we've been transforming the planet and throwing the soil's nutrient cycle out of balance " says Ronald Amundson

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Learn About Ocean Animals

Ocean Animals Science Lesson Ocean Life Oceans cover more than two thirds of the earth's surface and they are very deep! Fish and other animals make their homes in all different parts of the ocean even on the bottom or sea floor The ocean is also filled with lots of plants which provide food homes and protection for ocean animals

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How Is Soil Depletion Affecting Your Food?

10/27/2016This post was most recently updated on December 4th 2016 Here's a dirty little secret about the food you're eating: Soil depletion appears to be sapping nutrients from the fruits and vegetables that wind up on your dinner table "Ever since humans developed agriculture we've been transforming the planet and throwing the soil's nutrient cycle out of balance " says Ronald Amundson

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Life cycle of a plant

When animals or birds guzzle up the plant's yummy fruit the seeds pass through their bodies undigested and pop out in their poop Some fruits have little hooks on their skin that attach the fur of passing animals allowing them to be carried away from the parent plant Wind: other plants have specially adapted seeds that are dispersed by the

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Plants and Photosynthesis Digital Inquiry

Question: How do plants obtain energy? Objective: I can combine information from multiple sources to explain the basic process of photosynthesis This is written at an elementary level and does not include chemical processes ) Suggested Unit: Food Webs Ecosystems Plants Producers and Consumers Topics: food chains plant structures producers photosynthesis

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Module One

allergies Almost 30% of the American people have some food allergy For example many people have trouble digesting milk and are lactose intolerant In addition toxic substances such as pesticides may be applied to a food crop in the field while lead arsenic and cadmium are naturally present in soil and water and may be absorbed by plants

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Animals: Carnivore Herbivore or Omnivore? science

Omnivores get energy and nutrients from eating a diet containing plants animals algae and fungi Due to the large variety of food options they will eat what they can hunt and scavenge in their environment to make the most of what is available If it looks edible they'll give it a try! Dogs are very controversial

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Photosynthesis Facts

Photosynthesis is the process of converting light into energy This natural process makes it possible for plants and other organisms to create food when it is required The majority of the process of photosynthesis takes place in a plant's mesophyll cells' chloroplasts Photosynthesis occurs when the plant's roots absorb water The water is carried to the leaves where carbon dioxide is

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living things

Introduction Living things include many kinds of organisms from the plants animals fungi and algae that can be readily seen in nature to the multitude of tiny creatures known as protozoa bacteria and archaea that can be seen only with a microscope Living things can be found in every type of habitat on Earth—on land and in lakes rivers and oceans

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Comparison paragraphs

Green plants are able to manufacture their own food from substances in the environment This process is known as photosynthesis In contrast animals including man get their food either directly from plants or indirectly by eating animals which have eaten plants Plants are generally stationary Animals on the other hand can usually move

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Wild Food Plants of Australia by Tim Low

Beautifully illustrated with colour photographs and line drawings there is also a guide to poisonous and non-poisonous plants and information on introduced food plants the nutrients found in wild food plants on bush survival and how to forage for and cook with wild plants

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Notes of Ch 6 Life Process Part

(i) Mouth: Intake of whole food (ii) Teeth: Chewing/grinding of food (iii) Tongue: Rolling of food + Tasting of food + Swallowing/Pushing down of the food (iv) Salivary Glands: Secrete saliva + Mucus (It is a sticky gelatinous material that lines your lungs throat mouth nose and sinuses ) + Starch is converted into glucose by saliva (Salivary amylase)

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Plant or animal?

Activity 1 - All food comes from plants or animals Use the Where does food come from? presentation to introduce the subject of where food comes from Explain to the children that all food comes from a plant or an animal Draw two columns on the board (or on a large sheet of paper) and head them Plants and Animals Place the Food cards into a small bag

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Lesson 1: Natural Resources on Earth 9

• Most living things need water food and air (AAAS 5C) • Plants and animals both need to take in water and animals need to take in food In addi-tion plants need light (AAAS 5E) • People need water food air waste removal and a particular range of temperatures in their environment just as other animals do (AAAS 6A)

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Types of Food

The purpose of this page is to stress that ALL four groups of food are essential to health and wellbeing Even though we may be encouraged to eat less fat this page stresses that the body requires at least some food from each of the groups every day Many foods contain more than one group of food and milk contains all groups of food

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food chain

The food chain describes who eats whom in the wild Every living thing—from one-celled algae to giant blue whales—needs food to survive Each food chain is a possible pathway that energy and nutrients can follow through the ecosystem For example grass produces its own food from sunlight A

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Types of Food

The purpose of this page is to stress that ALL four groups of food are essential to health and wellbeing Even though we may be encouraged to eat less fat this page stresses that the body requires at least some food from each of the groups every day Many foods contain more than one group of food and milk contains all groups of food

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Antarctic food web and food chains

Antarctica Food Chains and Food Webs A simple Antarctic food chain is the secret to the success of the baleen whales - keep the chain short and transfer as much energy as possible as efficiently as possible Whales are the largest animals ever to have lived larger even than the largest dinosaurs

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