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heena Group Title

decomposer decomposes everything then wat decomposes decomposer??

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  1. Carniel Group Title
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    Thats simple. Nothing decomposes decomposers :P

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  2. heena Group Title
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    so can we say decomposer are immortal ? we cant say that because if we say then we can assume in the universe there is lot of decomposer in a large amount that we cant imagine isntd and their growh rate is also v.high ...

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  3. physicsme Group Title
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    other decomposers decompose decomposers..i guess there might be a decomposer for every decomposer...

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  4. heena Group Title
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    duh.. i dont get how decomposer can die :? anyone know this?

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  5. Carniel Group Title
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    STOP CONFUSING ME D=

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  6. physicsme Group Title
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    they die when their souls leaves them :P

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  7. heena Group Title
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    sorry but i also dunno the answer i was thinking this thing from many days but never found anyone intersted in discussion :P today i get this opprtunity thanx @rahulchatterjee

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  8. heena Group Title
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    funny joke @physicsme but i was thinking when their souls leave them how can they cut their nerves as dey dont caontain lol :D :D

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    decomposers are unicellular organisms and we know unicellular organisms just transfers their nucleic acid to their nxt generation..

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  10. heena Group Title
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    so wbu fungi? dey are not unicellular.. dey are included in multicellular eukaryotic

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  11. atlas Group Title
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    yeah rahul is right. Micro-organisms die mostly due to adverse conditions. Their body cells are so simple in structure that they do need decomposition :)

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  12. atlas Group Title
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    Fungi are decomposed by still lower forms of micro-organisms

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    De composers are mainly consist of bacteria, fungi ,viruses etc.they can decompose by various methods like change in physical ,chemical changes in environment , by treating wih certain chemicals , or irradiating with UV light etc

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  14. heena Group Title
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    ok so basically we say decomposer get decomposes by lower organism and in lower organism there is an asexual reproduction mainly binary fission in which parent cell die by that life cycle goes on riht?

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  15. physicsme Group Title
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    decomposers also get eaten, poor souls

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  16. heena Group Title
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    aww poor souls but by whom they got eaten?

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  17. atlas Group Title
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    @ Heena yeah right. If unicellular organisms die, they can decompose through natural processes

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  18. atlas Group Title
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    finally any organism will decompose on its own too BUT decomposers make it faster by decomposing the complex chemicals into simpler form

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  19. heena Group Title
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    and the simpler form called humus its up i have more doubt can we move :?

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  20. atlas Group Title
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    yeah sure

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  21. blues Group Title
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    Decomposers are organisms like any other. They die - and the carbon inside them is still trapped inside complex chemicals and molecules. Other decomposers - living ones - come along and break it down, just like any molecules from any other organism. I am sorry if I merely restate what anyone else has already said, but that did not seem *entirely* clear from the thread.

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  22. heena Group Title
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    ok thnQ blue :) and thnq for everyone i never thought this just ahve a querry and thnx tro everyone ans spcly u @physicsme abu souls one good one :D

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  23. physicsme Group Title
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    decomposers can be eaten by other soil organisms..i mean like other organisms they also provide the basic nutrients.

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  24. physicsme Group Title
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    always happy to joke around @heena

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  25. heena Group Title
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    xactly miss @physic me love u yaar :D

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