Which pyramid is developed to represent the total amount of living material in a food chain?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 3 months ago

Which pyramid is developed to represent the total amount of living material in a food chain?
 
(a) Ecological succession
 
(b) Age structure
 
(c) Pyramid of energy
 
(d) Pyramid of biomass
 
I got this question during an online interview.
 
My doubt stems from Ecological Pyramids in division Ecosystem of Biology – Class 12

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Editor">Editor Staff answered 3 months ago

Correct answer is (d) Pyramid of biomass
 
Explanation: The total amount of living material (biomass) in a food chain is represented using the pyramid of biomass. The living matter at each level is represented in this pyramid. Depending upon the nature of the food chain, the pyramid of biomass is inverted or upright.