The Rainforest Nutrient Cycle

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True or false? The nutrient cycle is the circulation of nutrients between biotic and abiotic elements, ensuring that plant life receive elements such as nitrogen, magnesium and potassium.

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The nutrient cycle in the tropical rainforest is...

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Identify the largest nutrient store in the tropical rainforest.

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Identify the largest nutrient flow in the tropical rainforest nutrient cycle.

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True or false? Rainforest soils contain few nutrients.

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True or false? There are few nutrients in the litter store as decomposers quickly break down dead leaves and branches.

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True or false? The rainforest nutrient cycle is an example of interdependence.

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True or false? The nutrient cycle in the rainforest is very robust.

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The nutrient cycle in the rainforest is very fragile. If a nutrient flow changes, this can have a negative impact on the ecosystem.

True or false? Leaching is an example for a nutrient flow from the biomass store.

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Leaching is a nutrient flow from the soil store.

Study the nutrient cycle diagram for the rainforest ecosystem. Identify the correct nutrient stores from the list below.

Rainforest nutrient cycle label
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