Primary producers are organisms in an ecosystem that produce biomass from
inorganic ... Fungi and other organisms that gain their biomass from oxidizing
organic materials are called decomposers and ...
Jan 8, 2016 ... Producers are organisms who make their own food.They include algae, plants,
and even bacteria! Some obtain energy from sunlight, but deep ...
Most types of algae are classified as producers within an ecosystem because
they are able to produce their own food. Any plant or organism that can produce
This means they produce their own energy, usually through photosynthesis. Like
most producers, algae turn sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into glucose for...
Are owls producers consumers or decomposers? Owls are ... Is a fly a consumer
producer or a decomposer? ... algae is a producer because it is a sea plant.
Jun 13, 2016 ... Alage are producers in the aquatic ecosystems.
Decomposers are orgamisms (Usually bacteria, fungi or worms) that consume
and break down dead and decaying organisms and wastes of other organisms.
Here we show, by simultaneously manipulating producer (green algal) and
decomposer (heterotrophic bacterial) diversity in freshwater microcosms, that
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neously manipulating producer (green algal) and decomposer. (heterotrophic
bacterial) diversity in freshwater microcosms, that algal biomass production
Feb 17, 2000 ... Producers, such as plants and algae, acquire nutrients from inorganic sources
that are supplied primarily by decomposers whereas ...