Decomposers are organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms, and
in doing so,they carry out the natural process of decomposition. Like herbivores ...
lpi.oregonstate.edu/healthyyouth. Worms and Decomposers. Overview: Students
will learn about the role of earthworms in decomposition. Subject area: Science.
The dead things that are eaten by decomposers are called detritus which means
"garbage". Some of the most common decomposers are bacteria, worms, slugs, ...
Decomposers or saprotrophs recycle dead plants and animals into chemical ...
worm Earthworms eat dead plants and animals. When they eat, they also take in
Well a worm is a Decomposer because the wast on the ground like animal
dropping or decaying animals seeps into the ground and the worms eat the soil's
Decomposers play an essential role in food chains and ecosystems. ... In this
lesson, students will learn about one important decomposer, the earthworm.
Decomposers and scavengers break down dead plants and animals. They also
break down the waste (poop) of other organisms. Decomposers are very ...
Students also learn how engineers use decomposers to help clean up wastes in
a ... Worms then deposit wastes that are rich in nutrients such as nitrogen and ...
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We've all been victimized by decomposers: Lettuce rots and bread becomes
moldy. Bacteria and fungi often consume our food before we've had a chance to.