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The process by which carbon moves from inorganic carbon dioxide to organic compounds and back is called A. the carbon cycle B. the electron transport chain
C. the electromagnetic spectrum D. chromatography
The process by which carbon moves from inorganic carbon dioxide to organic compounds and back is called *carbon cycle
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