top of page


An inverted pyramid of biomass can be found in which ecosystem
A. Forest
B. Marine
C. grassland
D. Tundra

B. Marine

Pyramid of biomass A diagrammatic representation of the amount of organic material (see biomass), measured in grams of dry mass per square metre (g m–2), found in a particular habitat at ascending trophic levels of a food chain.

Pyramid of biomass in sea is generally inverted because the biomass of fishes far exceeds that of phytoplankton.

bottom of page