CN_Cycles - The Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles What is Carbon?...

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    The Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles
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    What is Carbon? Carbon is an  element that is  in all living  things. Molecules  containing  carbon are  called  Organic.
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    Carbon Cycle The movement of carbon from  the environment into living things  and then back again is the  Carbon Cycle. You already know how carbon  dioxide cycles between  photosynthesis and cellular  respiration.
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    Carbon Cycle Carbon dioxide in the air enters into  living things through photosynthesis. Oxygen and glucose produced from  photosynthesis are then used by plants  and animals for cellular respiration. Cellular respiration produces carbon  dioxide to be released again.
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    Carbon Cycle Keep in mind all living things have carbon  in them, so when they die, decomposers  help return that carbon to the environment  and soil.
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    Carbon Cycle Carbon in the environment is used to 
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