What are the food levels in an ecosystem called?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 3 months ago

What are the food levels in an ecosystem called?
 
(a) Decomposer level
 
(b) Trophic levels
 
(c) Producer levels
 
(d) Consumer levels
 
The question was posed to me during an online interview.
 
I would like to ask this question from Ecosystem topic in division Ecosystem of Biology – Class 12

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Editor">Editor Staff answered 3 months ago

Correct answer is (b) Trophic levels
 
Explanation: The food levels in an ecosystem are alternatively called trophic levels. The step or division that organisms occupy in a food chain that is characterized by the method of obtaining their nutrition to fulfill their energy requirements is known as a trophic level.