What is the interrelationship of plants, siol and decomposers in a forest

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Plants as you know, derive water and minerals from the soil. The soil in turn gets these nutrients when the dead plants and animals are decomposed by the microorganisms present in the soil. These microorganisms are known as decomposers. They breakdown the dead organisms and release the nutrients present in them into the soil. In a forest, decomposers play an important role in providing nutrient to the plants.

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 Plants as you know, derive water and minerals from the soil. The soil in turn gets these nutrients when the dead plants and animals are decomposed by the microorganisms present in the soil. These microorganisms are known as decomposers. They breakdown the dead organisms and release the nutrients present in them into the soil. In a forest, decomposers play an important role in providing nutrient to the plants.

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