Nitrogen Cycle

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KK I know that the Nitrogen cycle is the way that nitrogen in nature is changed into many different forms that are used by living organisms, but I have to explain how the phosphorus cycle differs from that cycle, and I don't know about that. Is it possible for you to provide me with a simple explanation on how they both differ from each other?

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