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pro·duc·er / prəˈd(y)oōsər; prō-/ • n. 1. a person, company, or country that makes, grows, or supplies goods or commodities for sale: an oil producer. ∎  a person or thing that makes or causes something: the mold is the producer of the toxin aflatoxin. 2. a person responsible for the financial and managerial aspects of making of a movie or broadcast or for staging a play, opera, etc. ∎  a person who supervises the making of a musical recording, esp. by determining the overall sound.

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producer An organism considered as a source of energy for those above it in a food chain (i.e. at the next trophic level). Green plants, which convert energy from sunlight into chemical energy, are primary producers; herbivores are secondary producers, as they utilize energy from green plants and supply energy for carnivores. Compare consumer.

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producer In an ecosystem, an organism that is able to manufacture food from simple inorganic substances (i.e. an autotroph, most typically a green plant). Compare consumer organism.

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producer

producer In an ecosystem, an organism that is able to manufacture food from simple inorganic substances, i.e. an autotroph, most typically a green plant.

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"producer." Oxford Dictionary of Rhymes. . Encyclopedia.com. 25 May. 2017 <http://www.encyclopedia.com>.

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