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Decomposer

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Decomposers are organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms, and in doing so,they carry out the natural process of decomposition. Like herbivores ...

Worms and Decomposers

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lpi.oregonstate.edu/healthyyouth. Worms and Decomposers. Overview: Students will learn about the role of earthworms in decomposition. Subject area: Science.

Decomposers

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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 - NatureWorks - New Hampshire Public Television

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Decomposers or saprotrophs recycle dead plants and animals into chemical ... worm Earthworms eat dead plants and animals. When they eat, they also take in  ...

Why is a worm a Decomposer - Answers.com

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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 a ...

Decomposers - Earthworms - zSpace

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Decomposers play an essential role in food chains and ecosystems. ... In this lesson, students will learn about one important decomposer, the earthworm.

What is a decomposer?

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Decomposers and scavengers break down dead plants and animals. They also break down the waste (poop) of other organisms. Decomposers are very ...

Cleaning Up with Decomposers - Lesson - www.teachengineering.org

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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 ...

Marine Food Web - Science AZ

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Marine Food Web (no audio). Video · Discussion Questions. The Ocean's Green Machines. Video · Discussion Questions. Worms Are Decomposers (no audio).

NOVA | Decomposers | Science | Video | PBS LearningMedia

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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.

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4th Grade Science - Life - Decomposers

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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 ...

Earthworms and Soil Bacteria Decomposers | Home Guides | SF Gate

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Earthworms that act as decomposers may be one of three species. Epigeic worms live in plant litter, making them ideal for processing compost. Endogeic worms ...

Soil Decomposers - National Wildlife Federation

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ues as the plants need the healthy soil from the soil decomposers to produce ... Handle the worms with care and when all experiments are con- cluded, place ...