Decomposers are organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms, and
in doing so they carry out the natural process of decomposition. Like herbivores ...
Decomposers are an integral part of any healthy ecosystem, breaking down plant
and animal matter and releasing more simplistic nutrients that can be used as ...
Decomposers are the biotic or the living factors that occupy the fourth place in an
ecological food chain. Decomposers are considered as 'Cleaners' of the ...
The decomposers in an underwater ecosystem are animal-like organisms called
protists, fungi and bacteria. Referred to as saprotrophs, these organisms ...
An underwater decomposer is a benthic organism that usually lives along the
ocean floor and feeds on the waste and dead matter of other organisms that sinks
Decomposers are the last stop on the food chain, they eat the things no one else
wants to. Decomposers many times eat dead things from the ground in order to ...
Jul 13, 2015 ... In this Buzzle article, we discuss the importance of decomposers, and ... One can
usually identify the action of underwater fungi, as they grow a ...
(Day 119) There are three main types of organisms in the ocean ecosystem:
producers, consumers and decomposers. Producers are seaweed and other
CHAPTER SEVEN: ENTROPOLIA'S UNDERWATER HABITAT ... Organisms that
break down the remains of dead animals and plants are called decomposers.
Estuary: the area at the end of a river where fresh water meets the salty water of
the ocean. Exponential: to increase at a rate that continues to get faster as time ...