What is the difference between a producer and a consumer?

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Consumers and Producers
by: Megan Dimanche

The difference between a producer and a consumer is that a producer makes their own food, and a consumer depends on other organisms for their food. A example of a consumer is a human and a bumble bee. an example of a producer is a sunflower.

The Difference Between A Producer And A Consumer
by: Bre'Shonda

The difference between a producer and a consumer is that the producer makes the food, and the consumer, which is the animals, eats the food that the producers make.

Difference in producers and consumers
by: Gaurav samantaray

Usually producers are green plants,who are self dependent whereas consumers are the animals who are dependent on other animals or producers.

Difference in producers and consumers
by: Jessica

Producer makes the food and the consumer consumes (eats) the producer and becomes a first level consumer which gets energy from the producer which gets energy from the sun.

What are producer and Consumers difference?
by: Justin Bieber

Well,The producers are autotrophic that means they are organisms that manufacture their own food by the process of photosythensis and consumers feed on the producers.

Differences
by: susan santo

The producers are autotrophic that is they manufacture their own food by the process of photosythensis while consumers feed on the producers

The different bteween a producer and a consumer
by: warisat

A producer is the the first tropic level, eat only plant. While a consumer eats producers.

Diffrence between producer and consumer
by: Kahlon_sahab

Producer are those living things that produce organic matter and make first trophic level e.g. plants. While consumers eat producer and make second and in some cases third trophic level.

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