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CHAPTER 54 Ecosystems if'; ' 09' /21''? " r '. Key Concepts 54.1 54.2 54.3 54.4
54.5 Ecosystem ecology emphasizes. Figure 54.1 An aquarium, an ecosystem
bounded by glass. Decomposition The prokaryotes, fungi, and animals that feed
But an ecosystems main decomposers are prokaryotes and fungi, which secrete
enzymes that digest organic material; these decomposers then absorb the
breakdown prodL.ClZS (Figure 54.3). Decompos'tion by prokaryotes and fungi ...
eSSeS. I Bioremediation Bioremediation is the use of living organisms, usually
prokaryotes, fungi, or plants, to detoxify polluted ecosystems (see Chapter 27).
For examp e, some plants adapted to soils containing heavy rnetals are capable
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