Bacteria maintain the conditions of life by virtue of their abilities of decomposition of plant and animal bodies by which the restricted supply by carbon dioxide available for photosynthesis is refilled. Consequently, they behave as decomposers in the carbon cycle. Mainly, bacteria function as decomposers in the carbon cycle.
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