Biogeochemical Cycle

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Biochemical Cycles

A biochemical cycle refers to the natural cycle of the earth through which a chemical substance or matter moves through the biotic and abiotic components of the earth. These components always interact with each other and form a stable system in the biosphere.

There are four main biogeochemical cycles

  1. The Water Cycle
  2. The Nitrogen Cycle
  3. The Carbon Cycle
  4. The Oxygen Cycle
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