Saprophytes are a classification of bacteria that gets their nutrition from dead organic matter. These are more commonly called decomposers.
I think its called a decomposer.
Generally protists help in decomposition of dead organic matter by feeding on them.Such type of protists or bacteria are called saprophytes
An organism that creates energy from the organic matter of dead plants or animals is called a decomposer. Most bacteria and fungi are decomposers.
Such organisms are called decomposers, which include micro fungi and bacteria . They decompose dead and decaying organic matter. An organism that decomposes decaying organisms leaf litter and other types of dead organic matter is called a saprobe, saprotroph ,saprophytic .
Organisms eating dead matter i.e. dead organic matter are called saprophytes.
Soil organisms that turn dead organic matter into humus are called decomposers.
Amoebas mainly eat bacteria or dead organic matter.
They derive nutrition from dead organic matter.
Decomposers consume detritus, dead organic matter. Parasites dwell in (organic) hosts and feed off of them.
decomposers: fungi & bacteria
Micro organisms . Basically bacteria and fungi .
No. A saprophyte is any organism that obtains its nutrition from dead organic matter
Bacteria eat dead organic matter and release trapped carbon atoms as CO2.
Saprotrophic bacteria and fungi secrete digestive enzymes into dead organic matter in order to decompose it, and recycle it's nutrients (such as carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorous)
Bacteria. Some contain chlorophyll. Most derive energy and carbon from dead organic matter.
They Live of live or Dead Organic matter
the dead organic matter is overtaken by new plants.
An organism that eats dead organic matter is a consumer,a consumer is an organism that eats other organisms or organic matter.
The organisms that break down dead organic matter in order to absorb the nutrient molecules are known as decomposers. Decomposers are mainly bacteria, fungi, or worms.