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331. Phosphorus Cycle

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This Biology Factsheet:
• Explains the difference between inorganic and organic phosphorus.
• Describes the importance of phosphorus to living organisms.
• Explains why elements like phosphorus need to be cycled.
• Outlines the cycling of phosphorus.
• Describes the role of living organisms in the phosphorus cycle.
• Outlines the need for fertilizers containing phosphates.
• Describes and explains the process of eutrophication.

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January 2017

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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