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What is the relationship between green house gas emissions and plant micro-organisms

Green house gases are gases that causes climate change. These include Methane, Carbondioxide and Nitrous oxide, Ozone,Water vapour. Plant micro-organisms participate in the production of these gases through their activities in the soil.




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Green house gases


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