Decomposers, like bacteria, break down dead animals and plants. Without them, our earth would be a big pile of carcasses. THIS ANSWER CANNOT BE REPRODUCED OR COPIED IN ANY FORM WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF WIKI ANSWERS USER SEALPUP11.
Decomposers are not shown in food chain as they decompose all organisms .
Yes decomposers always at the end of the food chain.
explain how decomposers connect both ends of the food chain
Energy is transferred betweenproducers to consumers and decomposers in the food chain.
There are many roles played by decomposers in a food chain. These decomposers serve to bring the circle of life full circle.
Fungi have the role of decomposers in the food chain.
the food chain consists of: the sun,producers,consumers and decomposers
Decomposers break down dead animals, therefore they are good to the plants (producers) which are the base of the food chain/web.
They are linked in a food chain by having the thing/animal at the top of the chain.
Producers, consumers, and decomposers.
one is big
The producers (plants), the consumers (animals) and the decomposers (bacteria) use the food chain.
The decomposers play the part of being consumed by the consumres.
Decomposers connect both ends of a food chain.
The producer, usually a plant, comes first in the food chain.Then the ConsumersThen decomposers
They provide nutrients for plants.
The Answer is Decomposers
because they are decomposers