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Plants are of primary importance to animals within an ecosystem because they?


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Plants are of primary importance to animals within an ecosystem because they?

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A) can be composed and provide nutrient to soils

B) act as windbreakers and provide shades

C) store nitrogen and transpire water

D) produce oxygen and provide sinks for carbon (IV)

The correct answer is B.


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  • In ecology, shade tolerance refers to a plant's ability to tolerate low light levels. The term is also used in horticulture and landscaping, although in this context its use is sometimes imprecise, especially in labeling of plants for sale in commercial nurseries.[citation needed]

    Shade tolerance is a relative term, a complex, multi-faceted property of plants, not a single variable or simple continuum. Different plant species exhibit different adaptations to shade. In fact, a particular plant can exhibit varying degrees of shade tolerance, or even of requirement for light, depending on its history or stage of development

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