Label the paper with your › Name › Date: October 25, 2011 › Hour: 1st › Group: 1-9 › Type: Classwork Where can I find the answers???? Answer: Read Chapters 1 and 2. FOCUS ON: Section 2.2 Pages 41- 44. Compare and Contrast: Autotrophs and Heterotrophs Page 41: autotroph is in the text in yellow And so is heterotroph The Bookwork is due TODAY. If you are impatient with this large- class noisy interference (I am), then just do the bookwork on your own. PS The DATA TABLE PACKET (It was bright green) is also due today. Describe the flow of energy through a simple food chain that ends with a lion as the final consumer. Sun grass zebra lion Classify a pet dog as an autotroph or heterotroph and as an herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore. Explain. A dog is a heterotroph; it is not a plant. A dog is an omnivore; Although I know dogs eat meat, I have also seen my dog eat french fries. Evaluate the impact on living organisms if the Sun began to produce less energy and then finally burned out. The “right” answer: plants would die, herbivores would starve, then omnivores and carnivores would starve to death. Mrs. Gall says- if the sun “burns out” there are serious issues and we might die faster than we would if the plants all died.