If there was a sudden decrease of fungus in a…

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  1. Maxym

    Maxym New Member

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    If there was a sudden decrease of fungus in a specific area, explain the impact this would have on the plant populations within this environment.
     
  2. Ruthjmier

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    The answer to your question is actually quite simple. If there was a sudden decrease of Fungi the environment would be filled with more dead things. Not just that, but it would also smell terribly. Just think of it like this: Fungi is basically like garbage collectors. They will recycle the stuff that you dont need and or want. ~Hope this helped!
     

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