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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of decomposers

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of decomposers:
/dikəmpowzɹ̩z/

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  1. So, swamps werent pumping out as much oxygen as they used to, and, on top of that, decomposers
  2. organisms that could consume them and recycle their organic matter in short decomposers could not decompose them eventually this dead
  3. The weirdest thing happening in the exclusion zone has to do with the decomposers, the organisms
  4. They are vital predators, decomposers, pollinators, seed-distributers, and prey items in ecosystems
  5. your tanks where your rearing your feeder insects throw them into your Outworlds. Remember that ants are one of the world's best decomposers
  6. Wasps are decomposers and so a wasp's main purpose
  7. Decomposers more specifically bacteria and fungus most often the toxins are stored in the body
  8. Plants are to prevent the growth of these decomposers inside the body of the plant if it weren't for these chemicals
  9. SCAVENGERS, DECOMPOSERS GET AT THOSE REMAINS
  10. Decomposers.
  11. It's OK that once the animal kingdom is broughted the decomposers are necessary.
  12. waste we grow more food so those natural decomposers are really useful yeah
  13. and decomposers such as bacteria in a process opposite to photosynthesis.
  14. Marine snow also contains decomposers like bacteria
  15. Then, when those organisms are digested by predators or decomposers,
  16. Many types of protists, like the fascinating slime molds are decomposers.
  17. They are excellent decomposers which is very important for ecosystems.
  18. PLANTS AND ANIMALS, DECOMPOSERS TOO...
  19. OH, THE DECOMPOSERS!
  20. LOOK AT ALL THOSE DECOMPOSERS