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- n. Alternative spelling of food web.
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For instance, all of the plants in the foodweb comprise the first or "primary producer" tropic level, all herbivores comprise the second or "primary consumer" trophic level, and carnivores that eat herbivores comprise the third or "secondary consumer" trophic level.
Scientists have found that the oil-dispersant mixture is getting into the foodweb.
It is possible that scaup breeding at the northern portion of their range have simply experienced periodic changes in water condition and foodweb productivity, although few data exist to confirm this hypothesis
Increased awareness for microbial populations and the soil foodweb represents a key advance in the philosophy of organic farming during the last fifteen years and is emphasized by MacCormack, not only throughout the book, but also by his change in the book's subtitle.