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Compost Decomposers is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Compost Decomposers books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Decomposer ID Tip Sheet
- convert the organics into finished compost.
- The Dirt on Composting!
- When decomposers eat organic matter, they pass it through their bodies and break it down into compost.
- Note: The following activities need materials that are not in the decomposer activity box. Singing Songs- CD player.
- Decomposer scavenger hunt
- Decomposer scavenger hunt. Background information. This activity allows students to learn about the decomposers that live in compost.
- Manure Compost
- particularly cellulose and lignins (Jurgens 1997, Raven et al 1992). In fact fungi and bacteria are the primary decomposers of the biosphere.
Suggested Web Resources
- The Science of Composting - Composting for the Homeowner
- They are considered chemical decomposers, because they change the chemistry of organic wastes.
- Invertebrates of the Compost Pile
- Their tunneling aerates the compost, and their feeding increases the surface area of organic matter for microbes to act upon.
- Microbial Decomposers - Compost-ology - City of Euless
- Microbial Decomposers. Bacteria perform the primary breakdown of organic materials and generate the heat associated with composting.
- Decomposers - Bacteria Engines of Earth's - The Compost Gardener
- Decomposers are the organisms that eat, digest and break down once living things which have died.
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