Producers are able to make their own food and do not rely on the ecosystem for nourishment. Examples of producers include photosynthetic microbes and plants. More »

In biology, producers are organisms that produce organic compounds for the entire ecosystem. These organisms are at the beginning of the food chain; they can produce nutrients and compounds that other organisms can utili... 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 »

In biology, producers are organisms that produce organic compounds for the entire ecosystem. These organisms are at the beginning of the food chain; they can produce nutrients and compounds that other organisms can utili... 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 »

Organisms that produce their own food are called producers. These producers are part of the biotic factors in an ecosystem. More »

The arctic tundra biome supports a food chain that begins with plants as primary producers at the bottom. Herbivores consume the plants; and, primary small omnivores hunt the herbivores. Secondary or larger predator carn... More »