How does the bulk fixation of carbondioxide through photosynthesis take place?

Oceans cover a large portion of the earth. The ocean is home to a large amount of organisms which include both producers and consumers. In oceans, microscopic organisms (e.g. cyanobacteria and dinoflagellates) along with multicellular producers (e.g. sea weed and sea grass) account for most of the CO2 fixation on Earth.

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