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Grass obtains 10% of the energy of the Sun. When a mouse eats the grass, it gets only _____ of the Sun's energy while _____ is lost as heat.
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Weegy: The primary decomposers of litter in many ecosystems are fungi. Unlike bacteria, which are unicellular organisms, most saprotrophic fungi grow as a branching network of hyphae. [ While bacteria are restricted to growing and feeding on the exposed surfaces of organic matter, fungi can use their hyphae to penetrate larger pieces of organic matter. Additionally, only wood-decay fungi have evolved the enzymes necessary to decompose lignin, a chemically complex substance found in wood. These two factors make fungi the primary decomposers in forests, where litter has high concentrations of lignin and often occurs in large pieces. Fungi eat the dead matter by releasing acid found in their body to melt the decaying material, then sucking in all the acid, along with the melted material.[citation needed] Over time, the fungi will eat all the material left. Hyphae are used to drain the melted material and acid are also used in reproduction. When two fungi's hyphae grow close to each other, they will then fuse together and form another fungus.[citation needed] That new fungus will then mature. Bacteria are important decomposers; they are widely distributed and can break down just about any type of organic matter.[2] A gram of soil typically contains 40 million bacterial cells, and the bacteria on Earth form a biomass that exceeds that of all living plants and animals. Bacteria are vital in the recycling nutrients, and many steps in nutrient cycles depend on these organisms. ] (More)
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