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A large portion of precipitation in the rainforest occurs as a result of _______. a. perspiration b. respiration c. oxidation d. transpiration
A large portion of precipitation in the rainforest occurs as a result of: D. TRANSPIRATION.
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User: A large portion of precipitation in the rainforest occurs as a result of _______. a. perspiration b. respiration c. oxidation d. transpiration

Weegy: A large portion of precipitation in the rainforest occurs as a result of: D. TRANSPIRATION.
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User: Nitrogen fixation _______. a. is the process where nitrogen is converted to a usable form b. is accomplished by plants when they break down soil c. occurs as a result of photosynthesis d. none of the above

Weegy: Nitrogen fixation a. is the process where nitrogen is converted to a usable form .
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