Yes, they decompose. (:
they munch on it
Yes, because a mushroom is a species of Fungi and Fungi releases enzymes that decompose.
a mushroom is a fungi so it decomposes bacteria to eat because it is a consumer not a producer.
Not only is a mushroom a consumer but it's also a decompose rs
It needs a wet and humid environment. It makes it easier to decompose stuff.
A mushroom actually is a fungi. It releases enzymes that decompose dead plants and animals. Other types of fungi are mildew and mold.
Mushrooms and other fungi usually decompose dead organic material. The mushroom itself is the reproductive system of the underground fungus.
Mushrooms are a type of fungus. All fungi are heterotrophs. They primarily decompose and feed off of other organisms.
a mushroom is a mushroom.
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A poisonous mushroom is a poisonous mushroom
Decomposition. Decomposers such as mushroom, bacterium(fungus and bacteria) decompose dead matters and animal wastes into mineral salts for plants to grow healthily.(my answer maybe is not related)
There are 4 species of mushroom in Mushroom Burger.
anything will decompose if it has air
no they will not decompose
how does fruit decompose ?
It depends on how you are implying the word 'decompose'. Animals do not decompose other dead organisms, but animals are decomposed and will decompose after death.
A mushroom has no chlorophyll, no true stem, or roots.
A mushroom has a dome on the top, and has a stem on the bottom. A mushroom is usu. gray (everywhere on the mushroom).
what do fungis decompose
Yes. When they die, they decompose.
After they die, all animals decompose. Being an animal, a zebra will decompose after it dies.
Brass is a metal it does no decompose. Only organic materials can decompose.