anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following best explains what would happen if there were no decomposers in an ecosystem? Organic compounds would not be available for use by autotrophs. Primary consumers would adapt to recycling the nutrients that autotrophs need for photosynthesis. Heterotrophs would overpopulate and cause herbivores and producers to die out. More producers would increase the amount of energy transferred between producers and consumers.
Biology
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There would be no organic nutrients and all the dead plants would ruin the animals habitat.The ecosystem will be fill by plants and animal wastes as there will be no decompositon of waste material.
anonymous
  • anonymous
that doesnt match with any of the choices

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