A decomposer is an organism that breaks down long chain polymers from dead
organisms into smaller molecules. Decomposers are bacteria and fungi.
Decomposers or saprotrophs recycle dead plants and animals into chemical
nutrients like ... Fungi like mushrooms, mildew, mold and toadstools are not
Yes, because a mushroom is a species of Fungi and Fungi releases enzymes
Decomposers are the last stop on the food chain, they eat the things no one else
... decomposers are bacteria, worms, slugs, snails, and fungi like mushrooms.
Waste Not, Want Not: Fungi and Mushrooms as Decomposers: Fungi are nature's
decomposers recycling nutrients in dead plant and animal matter. Without ...
A decomposer is a living thing that gets energy by breaking ... Tell whether each
living thing below is a producer, consumer, or decomposer. ... c. mushroom - ...
That said - many of the delicious cultivated mushrooms are decomposers. In
other words they feed on dead material like mulch, compost and stumps. One
You are probably familiar with fungi as mushrooms on pizza or mold on bread. ...
Decomposers complete the food chain cycle, and when nutrients return to the ...
Dec 31, 2007 ... please provide me with what bacteria and mushrooms are. decomposers,
scavengers, both? etc.
Many mushroom-producing species are important decomposers, particularly of
wood. These species are often relatively easy to cultivate. However, many ...