Geography

Question

In the carbon cycle the role of plant is to a breakdown dead organisms into usable matter be convert nitrogen from the soil into carbon dioxide C remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere d release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere?

1 Answer

  • Answer:

    Carbon enters the atmosphere as carbon dioxide from respiration and combustion. Carbon dioxide is absorbed by producers to make glucose in photosynthesis. ... Decomposers break down the dead organisms and return the carbon in their bodies to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide by respiration

    Explanation:

    Carbon enters the atmosphere as carbon dioxide from respiration and combustion.

    Carbon dioxide is absorbed by producers to make glucose in photosynthesis.

    Animals feed on the plant passing the carbon compounds along the food chain. Most of the carbon they consume is exhaled as carbon dioxide that was formed during aerobic respiration. The animals and plants eventually die.

    Decomposers break down the dead organisms and return the carbon in their bodies to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide by respiration. In some conditions, decomposition is blocked. The plant and animal material may then be available as fossil fuel for combustion in the future.

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