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1   INET Lab Report 2 Ecology Concepts Student:    Email :   Date:    I. Producers EXERCISE 2.1  – Identification of producers 2. Record the name of the specimen ( Table 2.1 ).  For each specimen, identify distinguishing characteristics and the  reasons why it is a producer. Organism Characteristics Why is this a producer? spirogyra Green algae, has chlorophyll in  chloroplasts arranged in spiral It contains chloroplats volvox Green algae, photosynthetic colonies,  each cell has flagella Because they reproduce daughter cells elodea Vascular aquatic plant, conducting  tissue Have chloroplasts, transport substances  from cell to cell Fern  Vascular plant, grows in moist shaded  areas Produce spores Geranium  Flowering plants, leaves contain  aromatic oils Produce energy           Table 2.1 Examples of producers II. Consumers EXERCISE 2.2  – Identification of consumers 2. Record the name of the organism, its distinguishing characteristics, and whether it is a primary or secondary  consumer ( Table 2.2 ).      Organism Characteristics Type of consumer Paramecia  unicellular protozoa, ingest algae and  other unicellular organisms  Secondary  Eat pollen of flowering plants Primary  © Access Learning Systems
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2   Honey bee Perch  Eat mosquitos and other insects Secondary  Frogs  They have a plant diet when young,  carnivorous diet when older Primary / Secondary  Table 2.2 Consumers © Access Learning Systems
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