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Which of the following is not an example of a service provided by beneficial bacteria? A. Food production B. Bioaccumulation C. Nutrient cycling D. Bioremediation
B. Bioaccumulation is not an example of a service provided by beneficial bacteria.
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User: Which of the following is not an example of a service provided by beneficial bacteria? A. Food production B. Bioaccumulation C. Nutrient cycling D. Bioremediation

Weegy: B. Bioaccumulation is not an example of a service provided by beneficial bacteria.
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User: Allen and Rose are discussing saprotrophs. Allen says saprotrophic fungi decompose the remains of animals and plants. Rose says saprotrophic fungi remove excess lignin from paper pulp. Who is correct? A. Only Allen is correct. B. Only Rose is correct. C. Both Allen and Rose are correct. D. Neither is correct.

Weegy: Allen says saprotrophic fungi decompose the remains of animals and plants. Rose says saprotrophic fungi remove excess lignin from paper pulp. Both Allen and Rose are correct.
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