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Offline yueying

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what the difference between the carbon and nitrogen cycle? ;D

do it have anything to do with the life cycle [decoposing, etc.]?

and do it concerns the whole ecosystem of how it is operated?

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what is the difference between the carbon and nitrogen cycle?
« Reply #1 on: 12/11/2008 12:56:03 »
Have you goggled?
http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/CarbonCycle/
Or are you up for a test?
" the carbon cycle deals with the exhange of carbon between organisms. The nitrogen cycle starts with nitrogen being fixed by nitrogen-fixing bacteria, or fungi. nitrogen can also be condensed in the air by lightning."
 

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