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Hi guys lets take a quick look at the phosphorus cycle and what goes down.
Here underground, decomposers have broken down phosphorous releasing it into the soil. Mushrooms and other detritivores decompose things releasing phosphorus into the soil.
Plants such as this one help to absorb phosphorus created in the soil. It is then consumed and redistributed to the soil in poop and decomposing plants.
This is debris and silt from mountains through a stream. Over time, rain and weathering cause rocks to release phosphate ions and other minerals. This inorganic phosphate is then distributed in soils and water.
Machines such as this cause runoff into streams making human erosion a wasteful part of the phosphorus cycle.
These are the steps to the phosphorus cycle, later guys. Dab.
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