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Biology, 22.06.2019 21:10 smusisca53

Can an organism fill more than one trophic level?

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Answer from: girlydiy17

Food webs largely define ecosystems, and the trophic levels define the position of organisms within the webs. But these trophic levels are not always simple integers, because organisms often feed at more than one trophic level. For example, some carnivores also eat plants, and some plants are carnivores.

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Answer from: jjhagan22
No, grass- grasshopper-lion.grass-grasshopper-lion cant go in together in food chain
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Answer from: des12410
Yes; this occurs when an organism has a varied diet. Humans are an example of this: When eating plants, we are on one trophic level; and, when eating meats, we are on another.
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