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Soil bacteria are important because
(a) they use up the carbon dioxide in the soil.
(b) they hold water in the soil.
(c) they break down organic matter.
(d) they destroy harmful insects.


Solution

(c) they break down organic matter
Soil bacteria are the decomposers that break down plant and animal remains.

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Standard VII

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