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Mosquito

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Kara Barfield

on 17 September 2012

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Transcript of Mosquito

MOSQUITOS Sun grass mosquito
larva Mosquito frog snakes owl FOOD CHAIN FOOD WEB By Kara and Katerina mosquito
They have a long tube-like mouth that help sucks up an animals blood.
Chemicals in its saliva make it easier to break down blood.
Narrow wings allow it to fly quicly. ADAPTATIONS DIFFERENCE between a food chain and food web The difference between a food chain and a food web is that a food chain is a singular line that energy travels down, while a food web is a complex pattern of many different food chains, that energy travels down. Symbiosis Symbiosis is the relationships organisms share with other organisms. Also called a symbiotic relationship. Commensalism Commensalism is a relationship where one benefits
and the other is neither helped nor harmed. Mutualism Mutualism is where both organisms benefit. Parasitism Parasitism is a relationship where one benefits and the
other is harmed. Predation One organism is the hunter and the other is the hunted. Example: Mosquitos are in a parasitic relationships with mammals because they harm the mammals
by taking their blood. Example: energy lost
as heat 100% 10% 1% .1% Primary Producers primary consumers secondary
consumers Third-level
consumer ENERGY PYRAMID the snake is hunted by the owl Example: some owls will take in some snakes into their nest and the snake will clean
the nest EXAMPLE: the mosquito carries malaria and i neither helps or harms he mosquito RELATIONSHIPS with mosquito's A tick and a mosquito have allot in common because the tick is also a parasite and takes blood from other organisms. the mosquito has a long neck
to drink blood of organisms a tick clings on to
animal fur and clothes
to drink organisms
blood a bed bug hides in dark places until human goes to sleep to drink the human's blood DIFFERENT ADAPTATIONS PRODUCERS PRIMARY CARNIVORE HERBIVORES TOP CARNIVORE 1000KG 100KG 10KG 10KG BIOMASS 1st tropic leval 2nd tropic 3rd tropic 4th tropic DASIES MOSQUITOS FROGS OWL NUMBERS
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