In any ecosystem, decomposers are important for…

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  1. Cursey

    Cursey New Member

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    In any ecosystem, decomposers are important for all BUT one of the following. A) They are important in keeping the nitrogen cycle going. B) They produce most of the food that the ecosystem relies on. C) They are important in the carbon cycle, in releasing carbon from dead organisms. D) Every other organism in the ecosystem is at least indirectly dependent upon them.
     
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    In any ecosystem, decomposers are important for all BUT they do not produce most of the food that the ecosystem relies on
     

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