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Which of the following describes a role of bacteria in the environment? _____ points:1 Choose one answer. a. carrying out photosynthesis b. fixing nitrogen c. all of the above d. recycling nutrients
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User: Which of the following describes a role of bacteria in the environment? _____ points:1 Choose one answer. a. carrying out photosynthesis b. fixing nitrogen c. all of the above d. recycling nutrients

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The following describe roles of bacteria in the environment: carrying out photosynthesis, fixing nitrogen and recycling nutrients (all of the above).
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