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Which describes the role of decomposers in the carbon cycle? A. They prevent carbon from escaping into the atmosphere. B. They absorb carbon from carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. C. They change carbon dioxide into a form that organisms can use. D. They release the carbon that remains in the bodies of dead organisms.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Decomposers, such as microbes and fungi, play an important role in the carbon cycle. They break down the remains of dead plants and animals and, in doing so, release carbon dioxide through respiration.

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