How Do Decomposers Get Energy?

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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.
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They fit at the bottom of the energy pyramid with the most energy because they get some of the energy from the sun and they get the rest from the producers and consumers who pass
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Like herbivores and predators,decomposers are heterotrophic,meaning
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Decomposers are heterotrophic, meaning, they get their energy by eating dead animals and plants.
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1.23V. Actually, it doesn't take much energy at all to decompose water. But it's a rather slow and low yield process. Water naturally decomposes into a hydrogen ion and a hydroxide
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