What would happen if there were no decomposers in an ecosystem?
Query by xPreciousRubyx: What would happen if there have been no decomposers in an ecosystem?
1)What would come about if there had been no decomposers in an ecosystem?
2) e x p l a i n ..How decomposers link the residing and non-dwelling areas of an ecosystem?
Answer by bustersmycat
1) The earth would be covered with dead organisms and their excrement.
two) Decomposers are recyclers of lifestyle components, returning them to the method for use by dwelling organisms. you can simply broaden this in an interesting way to show your understanding.
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