Answer to Question #127711 in Ecology for Kylie

Question #127711
Explain Biogeochemical cycles
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2020-08-06T06:48:45-0400

A Biogeochemical cycle is the flow of chemical elements between living organisms and the environment,i.e an element like water, moves between its various living and nonliving forms and locations in the biosphere.The Biogeochemical cycles that are important to living organisms include the water, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur cycles.


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