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primarily photoautotrophs, like plants and algae, that use the energy of light to convert carbon dioxide to organic matter.

and to a small extent, chemoautotrophs ó bacteria and archaeans that do the same but use the energy derived from an oxidation of molecules in their substrate.

Source of Carbon

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Carbon returns to the atmosphere and water by

Carbon returns to the atmosphere and water by

Respiration (as CO2)

Burning

Decay (producing CO2 if oxygen is present, methane (CH4) if it is not.

Source of Carbon

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Source of Carbon

Source of Carbon

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Source of Carbon

Source of Carbon

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Definitions of Chemoheterotroph on the Web:

Definitions of Chemoheterotroph on the Web:

A chemoheterotroph is an organism that must consume organic molecules for both energy and carbon. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chemoheterotroph

Source of Carbon

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Omnivores

Omnivores

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Definitions of Omnivores on the Web:

Definitions of Omnivores on the Web:

Animals that feed on material of both plant and animal origin www.ecifm.rdg.ac.uk/glossary.htm

Animals that eat many different kinds of foods, including plants, insects, and other animals. www.nps.gov/olym/edgloss.htm

Eats live prey and plants boxturtlesite.org/glos.html

The category of animals that feed on both plants and animals. (omni-, all; -vore, eater) www.dfr.state.nc.us/stewardship/wwwildlife/www13.htm

such as bears and humans, eat both meat and plants. www.teachervision.fen.com/page/5485.html

Omnivores are organisms that consume both plants and animals. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omnivores

Omnivores

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Omnivores eat plants, but not all kinds of plants.

Omnivores eat plants, but not all kinds of plants.

Omnivores can't digest some of the substances in grains or other plants that do not produce fruit.

They can eat fruits and vegetables, though. Some of the insect omnivores in this simulation are pollinators, which are very important to the life cycle of some kinds of plants.

Large Omnivores

Omnivores

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Omnivores

Omnivores

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Some animals donít fit neatly into a single category because they have wider tastes. These animals, that feed on a combination of plants and animals, are called Omnivores.

Some animals donít fit neatly into a single category because they have wider tastes. These animals, that feed on a combination of plants and animals, are called Omnivores.

Omnivores

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Carnivores

Carnivores

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