Why are saprotrophs so important to a marine food web?

They break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients.

They directly help to maintain the population sizes of different predators.

They primarily eliminate toxins from the water that can harm phytoplankton.

They produce significant amounts of energy that is used by top consumers.

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By my knowledge I would suggest answering with A they break down dead organisms and recycle nutrients if you’re not sure that’s right message me and I can send you a link about saprotrophs


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