Food chain, Biology

Food chain is the simplest representation of energy flow in the community. At the base is energy stored in the plants, which are eaten by the small organisms, which in turn are eaten by the progressively larger organisms; the food chain is an over simplification in which most animals do not eat only one type of organism.

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