Carbon Compound Foldable

Energy Flow Foldable Making your Energy Flow Foldable Step 1 Fold paper in lengthwise (along the long edge) Making your Energy Flow Foldable Step 2 Unfold paper, then fold in along other axis short wise (along the short edge)

Making your Energy Flow Foldable Step 3 Unfold paper, then Fold the outer edges to the center crease Making your Energy Flow Foldable Step 4 Cut ONLY along the RED dotted line. DO NOT cut all the way to center of page Making your Energy Flow Foldable Step 5

On the outside, label your 4 flaps with the names of the 4 Ecological concepts: ical g o l o Ec id Pyram Food Web n

tio fica gni Food Chain Food Web Ecological Pyramid Biomagnification in ma Bio

Cha d o o F Making your Energy Flow Foldable Step 6 On the outside flap, first draw an example of the ecological concept Bio

ical g o l o Ec id Pyram on ati ific gn ma

(You should NOT use the picture heredraw your own) Food Web Making your Energy Flow Foldable Step 7 Food Web o ati ific gn ma Bio

On the inside flap, next describe the ecological concept using the following slide Energy flow in food chains can be described by n Concept Explanations: 1. Food Chain Outside Flap Choose at least four organisms to construct an

ecological food chain on the left side of the flap (see diagram from the previous slide it does not have to be in a circle like the example). Use these labels in your drawing: Heterotroph, Primary Consumer, Secondary Consumer, Tertiary Consumer, Autotroph, Producer, Detritivores, Decomposer, You must use each bolded word (you may apply more than one word to an organism/trophic level Inside Flap Explain how a reader knows the direction of energy and matter flow through your food web. (Hint: arrows?) Concept Explanations: 2. Food Web

Inside Flap Explain why decomposers are necessary for a functional ecosystem. Describe what would happened to the food web/ecosystem if decomposers where not present. Outside Flap Using your food chain from part 1, add enough plants and animals to create a food web with at least 3 different food chain paths. Include Decomposers! Label the trophic levels Concept Explanations: 3. Ecological Pyramids

Outside Flap Construct an ecological energy pyramid on the left side of the flap using 4 organisms and 4 colors. Draw a picture of the organism at each level. Label the name of each trophic organism, and label each trophic level of the pyramid. On the right side of the pyramid, mark that the producers contain 500,000 kcal of energy. Use the 10% rule to show how much energy each level above producers contains. Inside Flap Explain the 10% Rule (aka, Rule of 10) Explain how the 10% rule would apply to a different type of ecological pyramid (Biomass or Numbers)

Concept Explanations: 4. Biomagnification Inside Flap Describe biomagnification Explain what happens to the toxins in the organisms as you move through the trophic levels. Outside Flap Create a diagram that demonstrates the effect of biomagnification through at least 4 trophic levels. Label the toxin buildup on your diagram

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