How Do Decomposers Get Energy?

Answer

Decomposers get energy by feeding on dead organisms and the waste of living things. The nutrients obtained from these organisms facilitate healthy growth of plants.
Explore this Topic
A decomposer is a heterotrophic organism which gains energy by breaking down the final remains of living things, for examples fungi and bacteria. These organisms ...
A marine decomposer is an organism that obtains its energy from dead organisms. A few examples of decomposers are starfish, shrimp and copepods. These decomposers ...
Decomposers do their share of work in an ecosystem by breaking down waste products and dead organic matter, and using it to renew energy. Worms, bacteria, moss ...
About -  Privacy -  Careers -  Ask Blog -  Mobile -  Help -  Feedback  -  Sitemap  © 2014 Ask.com