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Marine Food Webs and Trophic Interactions

Marine food webs and trophic interactions refer to the relationships between different species in the ocean and how they obtain and transfer energy. In a marine food web, various organisms, from tiny phytoplankton to large predators, are connected through who eats whom. Trophic interactions are the feeding relationships within this web, with organisms categorized into different trophic levels, like producers (plants and algae), primary consumers (herbivores), secondary consumers (predators), and so on. These interactions play a crucial role in maintaining the balance and sustainability of marine ecosystems.

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