What is the step or division that organisms occupy in a food chain that is characterized by the method of obtaining its nutrition to fulfill its energy requirements called?

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What is the step or division that organisms occupy in a food chain that is characterized by the method of obtaining its nutrition to fulfill its energy requirements called?
 
(a) Trophic level
 
(b) Food chain
 
(c) Food web
 
(d) Food pyramid
 
This question was addressed to me in an international level competition.
 
This key question is from Ecosystem topic in portion Ecosystem of Biology – Class 12

1 Answers
Editor">Editor Staff answered 3 months ago

Right answer is (a) Trophic level
 
The best explanation: 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. The producers and consumers are the two fundamental trophic levels.