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Decomposers in the Ocean the Ocean Zones; Examples of Ocean ... The marine biome is made up of salt water regions and includes estuaries, coral reefs, ...

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The things that sharks eat are smaller fish, seals, and even smaller sharks. The things that eat sharks are decomposers such as fungi and bacteria. Look below ...

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Animal decomposers live as scavengers, usually on the sea floor, and microbial. ... of their energy from the so-called "marine snow," which is the constant rain of ...

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Oct 8, 2009 ... Decomposers exist on every trophic level. They are mainly bacteria that break down dead organisms. This process releases nutrients to ...

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Some decomposers in the ocean include fungi in the genera Lindra and Lulworthia, the bacteria Vibrio ... Decomposers are an important component of the marine.

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Decomposers are an integral part of any healthy ecosystem, breaking down plant and ... Marine worms are much larger than bacteria or fungi and considered ...

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Jul 13, 2015 ... In this Buzzle article, we discuss the importance of decomposers, and the ... Since bacteria are present everywhere in the marine environment, ...

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Decomposers. Decomposer are the organisms that break down the final remains of living things. Predominantly bacteria and fungi, they are important in freeing ...

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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 ...

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Jun 29, 2009 ... Labyrinthulomycetes are single-celled marine decomposers that eat non-living plant, algal, and animal matter. They are ubiquitous and ...