The passage of energy from one organism to another creates a food chain. Food Relationships and Webs discusses why plants and animals need energy in the form of food to grow and to carry out their basic life processes. The book explores how the need to find and consume food creates an interlinking chain between organisms, from the producers of energy to the consumers. This title also looks what happens when a food chain breaks down.
Wayland (Publishers) Ltd
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