Producers can create their own food; the largest example of a producer is a plant. There are two kinds of plants found in the ocean: microscopic plants that float around and bigger plants that grow from the ground. More »

The primary producers in the arctic ecosystem are phytoplankton and plants, according to the Norwegian Polar Institute. Producers are classified as organisms that transform energy from the sun into carbohydrates. More »

Some decomposers in the ocean include fungi in the genera Lindra and Lulworthia, the bacteria Vibrio furnissii, shipworms, nematodes and amoebas. Decomposers are an important component of the marine ecosystem, as they br... More »

A food chain of the jungle can be summarized through the example of a producer, such as a plant, being eaten by a monkey, which is in turn preyed on by a jaguar. Another example is a centipede that hunts insects, but is ... More »

An example of homozygous recessive phenotype would be a red-flowered pea plant. The white-flowered pea plant expresses the dominant phenotype. More »

Moss is both a producer and a decomposer. Moss and lichens are considered one of the terrestrial primary producers or plants found on land. At the same time, moss also helps to break down organic matter such as fallen tr... More »

Lichens, the primary producer in the tundra biome, exemplify symbiosis as they are actually a blend of a fungus and an alga which support one another. The fungus provides water for both, and the alga provides the food. More » Science Biology