decomposer organisms

Polish translation: reducenci/destruenci

16:41 Mar 10, 2014
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Science - Philosophy / reincarnation
English term or phrase: decomposer organisms
The above philosophy frameworks might be also useful to present how some systems at today world perform. The good illustration of the most popular system, based on philosophical rules, is ecosystem. In ecosystem all live organisms, the big ones and the small ones, have conditional terms to each other. One specie eats another, which is eaten in turn by other. This process is called food chain. Any food chain has his beginning in plants, as they are the only organisms which can produce the food by own. These plants are called producers. The food which they produce can provide the energy live to the all consumers (animals). This energy, in food chain, is directed from the plants to the primary consumers (first-row consumers), like animals, who eat plants, and from there (animals) to secondary consumers (second-row consumer), who eat in turn primary consumers. The second-row consumers provide the energy life to the third-row consumers, by eating the secondary consumers. Every food chain has a decomposer or saprobionts organisms in its parts. These organisms eat the rests of dead plants and animals. By eating, they breaking down the dead organic matter. And this is the way, how the basic chemicals are coming back to the ground to build new basic substances as proteins for example.
Polish translation:reducenci/destruenci
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