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Trophic Efficiency and Ecological Pyramids Let's scae up now from the
production efficiencies of individual consumers to the flow of energy through who
e trophic levels. Trophic efficiency is the percentage of production transferred
from one ...
The size of each block is proportional to the net production, expressed in energy
units, of each trophic level. Pyramids of Biomass. One important ecological
consequence of low trophic efficiencies can be represented in a biomass
eagIe—tertiaiy consumer e. fungi—detritivore A production pyramid such as the
one shown in Figure 54.11 impIies that a. only half the energy in a trophic level is
transferred to the next higher level. b. most of the energy in a trophic level is ...
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