Most of the decomposers in the ocean, at every trophic level, can be described as
either animals or microbes. Animal decomposers live as scavengers, usually ...
Life in marine environment is as diverse as life in ... and clean up the ocean
Jul 13, 2015 ... In this Buzzle article, we discuss the importance of decomposers, and the ... The
ocean biome, consisting of open waters, reefs, estuaries, and ...
In the ocean ecosystem the food chain begins with the largest predatory ... A few
decomposers of the ocean would be bacteria, fungus, marine worms, sea slugs, ...
Marine worms are much larger than bacteria or fungi and considered
macrodecomposers. They can be vibrant and colorful in appearance, which
What are bacteria? Bacteria are a type of microbe, or organism so small that it
can only be seen with the use of a microscope. Microbes are diverse and include
What is a decomposer? Decomposers are the last stop on the food chain, they
eat the things no one else wants to. Decomposers many times eat dead things ...
In a typical marine food chain, dinoflagellates convert energy from sunlight into
food ... are classified into three levels: producers, consumers, and decomposers.
Ocean Matters. The Headlines · NEPTUNE ... of plant and animals remains. What
they leave behind is used by the decomposers. ... to marine biodiversity index ...
Mar 4, 2015 ... Sharks are known to be the predator of tuna in the Atlantic Ocean biome. ...
Decomposers are extremely important to the Atlantic Ocean for ...