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What are organisms? A. building blocks of proteins and origin of life B. excess energy released by unstable atoms C. groups of molecules that influence each other D. the variety, distribution, and abundance of living things in an ecosystem
Organisms are groups of molecules that influence each other.
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EROSION is the term for the wearing away of land or soil by the action of wind, water, or ice.
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