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The biomass of the successive trophic level generally decreases as it moves up. Give reason.

Answer :

i. The mass of living material of the total number of organisms in at a particular trophic level.


ii. The biomass in each trophic level is always less than the trophic level below, because biomass is a measure of the amount of energys that is stored in living tissue at different trophic levels.


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