grass is a producer because it (produces) its own food and gets energy from the
After cycling through all the layers of the food chain, nutrients are always returned
back into the earth for grass and other plants to use and grow. Decomposers ...
In a food web nutrients are recycled in the end by decomposers. Animals ... eel
grass. List C: Herbivore. List D: Decomposer. Zooplankton beach fleas. Canada ...
Worms are decomposers. Their job is to break down things like dead leaves and
grass. Their waste makes the soil healthy. Having worms in your garden is a ...
Decomposers found in temperate grasslands include insects, microorganisms
and fungi. Small insects called arthropods live within the soil of many biomes, ...
Of course, many different animals eat grass, and rabbits can eat other plants
besides grass. ... Decomposers like fungi and bacteria complete the food chain.
... with a Decomposer, or an organism that breaks down dead and decaying
organisms. The Sun --> Producer --> Consumer --> Decomposer. The Sun -->
Decomposers. Decomposers are the choppers, shredders, plowers, and
dissolvers of the biological world. They break down tree leaves, dead flowers,
Nov 29, 2012 ... Other organisms also eat the grass, and some animals even eat the grasshopper.
... How could you add decomposers to the food chain?
For e.g.: primary consumer is grasshopper that eats grass. Secondary
Consumers ... The last link in the chain is scavengers and decomposers. When
an animal ...