Food Web : Various food chains in the ecosystem form a trap that is called the food web. The flow of food energy is in different directions. A food chain is related to another food chain. Meals are obtained from different nutrition levels.
In the ecosystem more than one food chain, the horizontal – joins the skew, creates the same structure as a web; it is called the food web or the flow of food energy is in different directions, from which the food of a food chain is related to the organism of another food chain. It is called food web. In this way any organism can get its food from more than one nutritional level.
Like grass in the ecosystem of grass in the place of the rabbit, the grass is eaten by the rat and feeding of the rat can be done directly by the eagle and it also happens that the first snake ate the rat and then ate it by snake baaz.
Go and eat grass and grind it and lizards eat it in the lizard, as a result of which all food chains make a web together and this food is water. In the ecosystem of grass, alternate webs of the food web can be five.
• Grass – Rabbit – Baz
• Grasshopper – Baz
• Rasshopper – Lizard – Lizard
• Grass – Rat – Bat
• Grass – Rat – Snake – Baz
Stability and balance are maintained in the ecosystem by food web.
• Grass – Rabbit – Baz
• Grasshopper – Baz
• Grasshopper – Lizard – Lizard
• Grass – Rat – Baj
• Grass – Rat – Snake – Baz
The bark can eat the rabbit in the example mentioned above. With this, it can eat grasshopper but it can also be eaten grass grass first.
Then let the grasshopper lizard.Then the hawk eat it. Similarly, it is also possible that the rat eat grass, eat the snake rat. Eat the Vamp Snake In this way it is found that the creatures get their food from different food chains.
An organism can survive from food of more than one nutritional level. Similarly, an organism can be cooked by many organisms.
In such a situation, more than one food chain interconnects in some ecosystem and creates a complex trap called food web. Food networks have an important role in maintaining the sustainability and balance of the ecosystem.
• Plants → Rat → Snake → Baz
• Plants → Rat → Finger
• Plants → Rabbit → Fox → Finger
• Plants → Rabbit → Finger
• Plant → Pitadaha → Frog → Snake → Vaj
• Plant → Pitadet → Frog → Finger
• Plant → Bird → Finger
• Plant → Grasshopper → Bird → Finger
Many food chains create complex mesh for food, which is called food web, as some organisms of infertile food chain become victims of animals of the food chain.
In other examples, such as: In a natural ecosystem, some organisms like cockroach and glass are omnivorous, so it is impossible to make their food chain
The food web can also be explained by the example of salts Kutch ecosystem. Salts of Kutch ecosystem include various types of mildew, aloe, algae, bacteria, insects and small fish. Apart from these, large fish, birds, mice and moles can also be found in such swamps.
In such a place there are also abnormal components, water, soil, and air etc. Continuous energy and light communication in such areas of mangled continuous. In the swampy ecosystem, grasslands and pods are the primary producers.
It changes the grass and plants in the carbon-di-oxide of sunlight, causing carbohydrates to be produced and eventually converted into biochemical, on which the biological components depend. This process is called photosynthesis. Trees, which produce food separately through the process of photosynthesis, are called the basis of the food web.
Primary consumers depend on primary producers. These consumers are vegetarian. Primary consumers have other animal accounts, which are called secondary consumers. Secondary consumers owls, baj etc. are included in this category.
After posthumous insect pests and micro-organisms, they merge them into the atmosphere. In other words, fungal bacteria and insecticides are called the last stages of the food web. Here the web meets the food cycle.
Food web is actually one type of energy communication, through which the light received from the Sun and flows into the ecosystem. The primary energy of the sun’s energy is absorbed by which the chemical process produces photosynthesis. These elements use primary consumer, which provide food to non-vegetarians (secondary consumers).
Classification of food web
1. Food web can be presented in brief in the following way.
Biologists of food web can be divided into the following sections:
(i) Producers / Autotrophs
The producers include green leafy plants, fungus and microbial biological, which have the potential to convert the energy from the sun into chemical energy and have the capacity to store that energy.
(ii) Heterotrophs or Consumers
All other consumers except the producers are included in this category. Consumers use energy by tree plants and use them to dissolve.
2. Decomposers or Saprophytes
The dead-eaters or dead body of producers and consumers consumed dead-eaters as their food. Disintegrate dead body, micro-organisms, bacteria etc. They are called decayers or dead predators. Dead eating is an important link to the food web, which incorporates energy from dead biologists into the food web.
In fact, phosphate, carbon dioxide, water, nitrogen, sulphate and many organic substances are the only food for dead predators. The communication of energy in the natural ecosystem continues to be sustained from one organism to another.
For example, a salt-type organisms are found in salts, such as algae, moss and aquatic plants, insects-macars, snails, crabs, small fish, birds, mice, moles etc.
Salt-Kutch is the main source of air and soil in the inorganic components. This type of ecology is transmitted from biological to abiotic and the nature of being a balance is found.
In short, some ecosystem is the primary productive in the food web. This Kai transforms carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrate and other biochemistry into an element which is the basis of life with the help of energy received from the sun and light. In any ecosystem, energy communication occurs in a sequential manner, which is called food web.
Some energy is destroyed during the energy transmission in all food web. In fact, plants do not accumulate energy, they also use energy in some amount. The process of breathing leads to some loss of energy.
Consumers can be divided into lower classes based on their habitual habit:
(A) Primary Consumers
Animals which eat animal and organic green leafy plants and grass pallets are called primary consumers. This type of consumer is also called vegetarian. Cows, disguises, goats, horses, rabbits, grasshoppers etc. are called primary consumers.
(B) Secondary Consumers
Consumers who use primary consumer as their food are called secondary consumers. Frogs, lizards, two-dimensional etc. locusts and many insects-mocked are included in this class.
(C) Tertiary Consumers
Those who consume bio-secondary consumers are said to be third consumer, this category includes cheetah, lion, leopard, vulture etc. There are many insects and spades in this class too.