Less that 000.5mg
one piece plant plankton is 10g each thank you!
Plankton is much smaller than the rest of the characters.
Animal plankton (aka zooplankton) are omnivores. Plant plankton (aka phytoplankton) are not omnivores. They get their nutrients from the sun much in the way plants do.
From my guess, there has to be plankton in the rivers. I don't know how much, but there is an amount in it since fish and other waterfowl animals live in them, and they depend on the plankton.
Plankton can be found anywhere basically in the oceans but they are pretty much everywhere the sun shines.
YES! They Do This To Get Food That They Don't Have To Break Up So Much.
As much as possible.
85 to 90%
We have a problem weighing a single plankton. And it's not because we don't have accurate machines (scales) to do that. It's because there are so many kinds of plankton. Here's a most important fact: plankton is a term that refers to aquatic life that lives in certain zones of the open ocean or a lake. It's not a single living thing or a small group of things, but is comprised of many thousands of types of organisms. They range is size tremendously! Because plankton represents a wide group of organisms, we can't discern "the weight of a single plankton" as was asked. A single amphipod may weight a ten thousandth of a gram, but there are bacteria that are plankton - the bacterioplankton - and they are "electron microscope small" and weigh far less than a microgram.