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The organic matter in humus is made of ____. a. dead worms c. roots b. stems d. all of the above
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User: The organic matter in humus is made of ____. a. dead worms c. roots b. stems d. all of the above

Weegy: ALL OF THE ABOVE. The organic matter in humus is made of dead worms, stems, roots.




User: The ____ horizon has smaller rock and mineral particles than the other layers. a. A c. C b. B d. D

Weegy: The A horizon has smaller rock and mineral particles than the other layers.




User: Humus is made of tiny pieces of weathered parent material. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

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Humus is made of tiny pieces of weathered parent material. FALSE.
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