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The Carbon Cycle by: Sophia Aul, Allessa Cremeans, and Gracie Daugherty
The basis of the carbon cycle is photosynthesis, respiration, decomposition, and combustion.
Food Chain- the glucose produced from plants give energy to the organisms throughout the food chain.
Photosynthesis- taking carbon dioxide from the plants and producing glucose.
Food Chain- the carbon molecules produced from the plants provides food for the other animals throughout the food chain.
Respiration- organisms release carbon dioxide into the air which the plants absorb in the process of photosynthesis.
Decomposition- the decomposers breakdown the organic compounds from the bodies of dead organisms and produce carbon based fossil fuels.
Combustion- the process of burning the carbon based fossil fuels in a substance which then releases the gas called carbon dioxide.
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