grass is a producer because it (produces) its own food and gets energy from the
Of course, many different animals eat grass, and rabbits can eat other plants
besides grass. ... Decomposers like fungi and bacteria complete the food chain.
MATERIALS: 1. Producers, Consumers and Decomposers student worksheet ...
ribbed mussel eel grass. List D: Decomposer beach fleas phytoplankton bacteria
Decomposers found in temperate grasslands include insects, microorganisms
and fungi. Small insects called arthropods live within the soil of many biomes, ...
Unless the ecologists have defined a special term (happens in all sciences) try
decomposing ... What are some decomposers in the temperate grasslands?
Then they watch a video on decomposers, organisms that get their energy by ....
Sun -> grass -> rabbit -> fox -> bacteria (decomposers) feeding on dead fox.
The grasshopper eats grass, the frog eats the grasshopper, the snake eats ...
Decomposers - Decomposers eat decaying matter (like dead plants and animals)
Finally a food chain ends with a Decomposer, or an organism that breaks down
dead and decaying ... The Sun --> Grass --> Cricket --> Frog --> Otter --> Wolf ...
Decomposers. Decomposers are the choppers, shredders, plowers, and
dissolvers of the biological world. They break down tree leaves, dead flowers,
peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/education/Food Chains and Food Webs DF.doc
... types of organisms in a food chain: producers, consumers and decomposers. 1
. ... We see that the grass in the bottom right hand corner is eaten by more than ...