An autotroph while a heterotroph Group of answer choices makes their own food; eats others for food Eats others for food; makes their own food is always only a plant; is always something that just eats plants needs autotrophs to make energy; needs omnivores to make energy
The trophic level of an organism is the position it holds in a food chain.
Trophic level 1 is plants and other autotrophs (also called primary producers) - organisms at this level are also called primary producers.
Trophic level 2 is herbivores (organisms that eat autotrophs) - organisms at this level are also called primary consumers.
Trophic level 3 is predators that eat herbivores - organisms at this level are also called secondary consumers.
Trophic level 4 is predators that eat secondary consumers - organisms at this level are also called tertiary consumers.
Trophic level 5 is predators that eat tertiary consumers - organisms at this level are also called quaternary consumers.
An autotroph: makes their own food is always only a plant
A heterotroph: Eats (consumes) others for food
I don't have an explanation, I've just already learned this :)
due to the fact that it skipped a generation we can tell it is definitely not a dominant trait, therefore it must be recessive. i think this is right let me know!
the answer is b.) hydrogen bonds between bases.