What is the process of secretion of digestive enzymes by decomposers to convert insoluble complex organic molecules into simple soluble organic and inorganic molecules called?

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Editor">Editor Staff asked 3 months ago

What is the process of secretion of digestive enzymes by decomposers to convert insoluble complex organic molecules into simple soluble organic and inorganic molecules called?
 
(a) Fragmentation
 
(b) Decomposition
 
(c) Humification
 
(d) Catabolism
 
I got this question during an interview.
 
My question comes from Ecosystem in division Ecosystem of Biology – Class 12

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Editor">Editor Staff answered 3 months ago

The correct answer is (d) Catabolism
 
The explanation: The process of secretion of digestive enzymes by decomposers to convert insoluble complex organic molecules into simple soluble organic and inorganic molecules is called catabolism. It is the catabolic metabolism in which degradation occurs.