How are heterotrophic consumer organisms different from heterotrophic reducer organisms?

Heterotrophic organisms are divided into consumers (consumers) and reducers (returning). Sometimes the last term is replaced with the word “destructors” (decomposers).
Reducers are mainly represented by fungi and bacteria that decompose the complex components of dead cytoplasm, bringing them to simple organic compounds, which can subsequently be used by producers.

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