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food chain

noun as in feeding relationships among organisms

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Besides making Earth warm enough to be habitable, it gives plants the energy they need for photosynthesis, forming a crucial piece of the food chain.

Without them, their prey populations would soar, decreasing availability of plants and animals down the food chain.

Many fast food chains have introduced plant-based options in recent years, but most of these have been partnerships with Impossible Foods or Beyond Meat.

Over the past couple of years, basically every fast food chain has released a meatless burger.

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They can end up in the food chain, showing up in animals big and small.

I lived somewhere in the middle of the food chain—an involuntary humility, which remains the emotional posture behind reason.

Now Burger King, the iconic fast-food chain long based in Miami, is joining the rush.

The food chain is disrupted as seagrass and other plants die, in turn killing off animal populations that rely on them.

Becoming the majority owner, therefore, requires being at absolute top of the food chain.

There will even be a giant aquarium on site featuring Mediterranean food chain fish.

The contest had been sponsored by—of all outfits—a big food chain, Trans-Columbia.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to food chain, such as: food cycle, and food web.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.