anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following explains the role of fungi and slime molds as pictured in the rainforest food web shown below?
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anonymous
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They are decomposers that break down organic wastes and dead organisms into compounds used by plants for photosynthesis. They are producers that make food by converting water and carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen, using energy from the Sun. They are autotrophs that use chemicals as an energy source to produce food when sunlight is not available. They are heterotrophs that get their energy by consuming plants, herbivores, and other primary consumers.
anonymous
  • anonymous
My guess is A and I'm most likely right but D is also correct and this is a module test so I'm taking every precaution for this question
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CBARREDO1
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It's A, they need to be dead, they cannot eat a live plant or animal
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ok thank you so much

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