The measurements are not compatible. A gram is a measure of mass. A teaspoon and a millilitre are measures of volume. An ounce (unqualified) is a measure of mass but a fluid ounce is a measure of volume.
So some of these measure two different things and, according to the basic rules of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.
A millilitre of alcohol, for example, will have a mass less than 1 gram but a millilitre of treacle will have a mass of more than one gram. So is a ml more than a gram or less?
There is no exact amount, just a small one. The most common measurement, however, is 1/32 of a teaspoon.
a milliliter(mL) is the SI unit of volume and is a good measurement for small amount of liquid
We aren't going to be able to answer this accurately if you don't tell us what the numbers are.
A standard sugar cube is about the same amount as a teaspoon. But if you need the exact cooking measurement of 1 tsp: The volume of one sugar-cube is equal to one teaspoon or 1/48 cups. It is a unit of measure for volume only.
It represents the storage of chemical energy that will be available to consumers in the ecosystem.
A small amount over a teaspoon - a teaspoon is 5ml.