Producers provide much needed energy in an ecosystem. Ten producers in a forest ecosystem are: grass, berries, shrubs, flowers, trees, weeds, algae, lichen, mosses, and fungi.
5 examples of producers in an ocean ecosystem include creatures like phytoplankton, seaweed, kelp, algae, and coral. These organisms are called producers because they make things that other animals need to keep the ecosystem thriving.
The producers energy enter the ecosystem by the heat of the sun.
shrubs, seeds, grasses, flowers.. Anything that is at the top of the food chain.
Sunlight is the main source of energy for producers in an ecosystem.
The grass are the producers
an ecosystem consists of consumers, producers, and decomposers.
If producers were removed from an ecosystem there would be no more food web.
The Short Answer is: in a balanced, eco-friendly Ecosystem there is an equal number of producers as there exist consumers.
The difference between producers and consumers in an ecosystem is the way that they obtain food. Producers can make their own food, consumers do not.
kelp, sea grass, algea, phyto plankton, coral
producers are the base of the food web.
Producers somehow affect - whether directly or indirectly - every organism in their ecosystem. All producers make their own food - either through photosynthesis or chemosynthesis, and the consumers of the ecosystem eat the producers, and other consumers eat those consumers, and eventually every organism in that ecosystem has consumed producers.
Producers in an ecosystem refers to things that grow and supply food to other organisms. Plants are the common producers in any ecosystem.
the producers are important to all ecosystem because producers are plants and they make food by their selves and animals eat those to produce energy for it self.
whale ,shark ,fish,turtles
Relationships between an ecosystem::: Producers Consumers And Decomposers
a healthy ecosystem has the same amout of producers and consumers! ha