No , Algae are not scavengers . Algae are producers .
Yes, algae are producers... they are "the primary producers of the food chain Yes - algae are photosynthetic organisms this means they produce their own food using sunlight so they are producers.
algae are producers
Producers that they eat are algae
planktonic algae and benthic algae
Algae are produers in water ecosystems
no they are producers
algae and any other live plants are the producers.
The two producers are: -Plants -Algae
Plants and algae.
Microscopic algae are primary producers
Algae and coral reef can be producers in the pelagic zone.
Plants, algae, and blue-green algae depending on the ecosystem.
the anwer is tadpole algae are producers heron are consumers
Producers are organisms that use sunlight directly to make food. They do this by using a process called photosynthesis. Most producers are plants, but algae and some bacteria are also producers. Grasses are the main producers ina prairie ecosystem/grassland. Examples of other producers in other ecosystems inlcude cordgrass and algae in a salt marsh and trees in a forest. Algae are the main producers in the ocean. I hope this helps you out, :)