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, ...
Some decomposers in the ocean include fungi in the genera Lindra and
Lulworthia, the bacteria Vibrio ... Decomposers are an important component of
A few decomposers of the ocean would be bacteria, fungus, marine worms, sea
... A marine invertebrate animal that resembles a sea snail with no shell and is ...
Decomposers. Decomposer are the organisms that break down the final remains
of living things. Predominantly bacteria and fungi, they are important in freeing ...
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
Decomposers are an integral part of any healthy ecosystem, breaking down ...
and sea cucumbers are all echinoderms found exclusively in marine ecosystems.
Jun 29, 2009 ... Labyrinthulomycetes are single-celled marine decomposers that eat non-living
plant, algal, and animal matter. They are ubiquitous and ...
I will give you examples of decomposers that are all active and important in the
marine environment: Fungi: the study of ...
Jul 1, 2009 ... Scientists will sequence the genomes of four species of labyrinthulomycetes.
These little-known marine species were selected for sequencing ...
Students use marine organism cards and trophic level classifications to identify
and ... through energy transfer among producers, consumers, and decomposers.