food chain

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(ecology) a community of organisms where each member is eaten in turn by another member

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I really like Web of Life and I think it will be a very popular exhibition.
Philip Johansson's THE CORAL REEF: A COLORFUL WEB OF LIFE (0766028135, $23.
As a climatologist for Environment Canada for 30 years, I have had the opportunity to learn from the scientific community how integrated all life on the planet truly is, and how unbalancing one part of the web of life, such as the atmosphere, can impact all other parts of it.
Wild lands are the connective tissue that holds together the glorious web of life by providing space for wildlife and undisturbed natural cycles," said Christine Hoekenga, a land specialist for the New York-based council.
Fritjof Capra is the author of The Tao of Physics and The Web of Life, books that explore the interconnectedness of science with all of life.
They are part of the web of life that supports all humanity.
But we have a choice in our diet, and a realization that everything is part of the web of life.
When we open to the pain of our world, we discover our interconnectedness in the web of life.
We nearly extinguished this remarkable web of life in the interest of commerce and fashion.
We have lost that primordial sense of belonging to a whole web of life that our kind and otherkind need for daily sustenance.
interdependent with them in the complex web of life.
Vidov Karageorge's strength is his ability, to paint a picture, in just a few strokes, of people who are caught in the web of life.
Although the rest of the Cape Fear drainage basin--from the Blue Ridge foothills to the ocean--is heavily polluted, the web of life that supports the Black River's forest remains unchanged.
Changing Seas examines the important role seagrasses and mangroves play in the ocean's web of life.
The Na'vi experience of unity of consciousness with other beings -- all of which (themselves included) are really just manifestations of One Awa, or Yahweh -- echoes our ancestors' belief in an interconnected, ever-changing intelligent web of life, symbolized by the World Tree.