Apes Lab Report

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Soil is produced over hundreds of years through the weathering of rocks and the decomposition of organic material. Soil contains nutrients that are taken from decomposed animals and plants which turn to detritus. Nutrients such as nitrogen are added to the soil in these ways by organisms such as nitrogen fixing bacteria.

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apes lab reportDecember 8, 2013Soil Analysis Lab ReportIntro: Soil is produced over hundreds of years through the weathering of rocks and the decomposition of organic material. Soil contains nutrients that are taken from decomposed animals and plants which turn to detritus. Nutrients such as nitrogen are added to the soil in these ways by organisms such as nitrogen fixing bacteria. Soil is important because it is the fuel to the plants that we need in order to survive and for all species to survive. Soil absorbs nutrients and water that plants then use in order to develop, which supports l

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