Living organisms in soil help to?
silt litter humus and clay
How are living organisms dependenyton the soi are organisms that live in water totally independent of soil as a resource?
of course soil is important to every living organism because it serves as abode to some living organisms i.e soil living organisms such as the nematodes, earthworms,millipedes e.t.c. meanwhile, it also serves as source of living for human beings, thus, it serves as fundamental resource for terrestrial life.
mineral particles are the biggest ingredient of soil most are tiny particles that come from the unerlying rock. living organisms help break down plant litter to from humus. plant remains enters the soil and becomes dark jelly-like substance call humus. water moves through the soil it dissolve minerals and than the plant take in the minerals. air is found in the spaces between soil and help living organisms and plant need to survive.
The transfer of nitrogen from the atmosphere to the soil to living organisms and back to the atmosphere?
Tiny organisms such as worms help soil by giving off enzymes and hormones to help give the soil nutrients and water. Tiny organisms also help carry and spread water in the soil so that each plant gets its own share of nutrients. Also the insects that eat at dead things that start to decompose, those insects also carry nutrients into the soil so that way the soil becomes richer and healthy plants can grow healthier…