Biology Environmental Science

Carbon Cycle (4)

In this article we will discuss Carbon Cycle (4)

The carbon locked up in the animal waste and in protoplasm of plants and animals is released eventually by organisms of decay. Bacteria and fungi attack and feed up on plant and animal remains, break down the complex compounds into simpler substances, which are then available for another cycle. After their work, most of the organic carbon is CO2 once again.


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