What is a producers role in a ecosystem?Biology The Elements of an Ecosystem The Role of Decomposers
EmilyMar 23, 2016
Producers are important because they convert the solar energy into chemical energy that can be used by other organisms.
As producers are the first level in a food system, they provide energy for the entire system. They do not rely on other organisms for food, but instead get energy from the sun, which they convert into useful chemical energy. This conversion supports other organisms in the system and allows them to use the sun's energy.Answer link
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