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explain how the phosphorus cycle differs from the nitrogen cycle.

The phosphorus cycle does not exist in a gaseous state and does not enter in the atmosphere. It cycles from land to sedimants in the ocean and back to land. The nitrogen cycle exists is a form of gas which exists in the atmosphere.

KK I did not really know how to explain at the end but is this correct whatever ive done

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