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12 October, 09:11

In an ecosystem, a sudden decrease in the number of bacteria in the soil would most likely result in

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  1. 12 October, 09:39
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    Bacteria in the soil, are responsible for the process of nitrogen fixation. It aids in the conversion of atmospheric nitrogen into nitrogen-containing compounds (like ammonia) that can be used by plants. If there will be a sudden decrease in the number of bacteria in the soil there will be lesser nitrogen supply for plants and organism, air and water which comprise our ecosystem.
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