Reviewing Ecological Cycles: Question Preview (ID: 3029)


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Has a short-term and long-term cycle
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) phosphorus and nitrogen
Bacteria found in legumes are an important part of the cylce.
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) carbon and phosphorus
Rarely found in a gaseous from - not found in the atmosphere
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) carbon and nitrogen
Makes up about 78% of the atmosphere
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) oxygen
available to producers by rock erosion and decomposition of organisms
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) carbon and nitrogen
excess amounts of this nutrient cause algal blooms
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) nitrogen and phosphorus
released into the atmosphere as a product of cellular respiration
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) nitrogen and phosphorus
Must be fixed by bacteri before it is available to other organisms
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) oxygen
can be found in soil
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen
burning of fossil fuels releases a large amount of this element back into the atmosphere
a) carbon b) phosphorus c) nitrogen d) carbon and phosphorus
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