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Plants cannot directly incorporate nitrogen (N2) into organic compounds. They depend on ___ to make nitrogen available to them. Question 6 answers animals viruses bacteria humans
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User: Plants cannot directly incorporate nitrogen (N2) into organic compounds. They depend on ___ to make nitrogen available to them. Question 6 answers animals viruses bacteria humans

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User: Scientists are concerned that an increased amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is causing global: Question 7 answers warming shortage of carbon shortage of oxygen cooling

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Plants cannot directly incorporate nitrogen (N2) into organic compounds. They depend on BACTERIA to make nitrogen available to them.
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Scientists are concerned that an increased amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is causing global: WARMING.
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