Example of Carbon

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Give an example in which carbon moves from the abiotic to the biotic part of an ecosystem.

An example which shows that carbon moves from the abiotic to the biotic part of an ecosystem is it being in the atmosphere and getting removed by producers which send it out to consumers as oxygen.

Kindly tell me if whatever I've written seems to make sense.

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    No, your example doesn't make sense.

    Photosynthesis (conversion of CO2 in the atmosphere to plant material) is one example of such a process.

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    I thought as well about my answer not making sense, and I thank you for giving me one such true example.

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