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Exchange pools are biotic factors that hold chemicals for a short period of time. However, reservoir holds chemicals for a longer period of time.

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A swimming pool is not a storage pool for phosphorus. Not a good idea!


what the gell is an exchange pool


The phosphorus cycle is the bio geochemical cycle that describes the movement of phosphorus through the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.


The phosphorus and nitrogen cycle both are utilized by organisms, and in order to get the required nutrients from the atmosphere.



Well............ In phosphorus cycle bacteria decomposes dead organisms and also fossils and phosphorus is available in organisms so when bacteria decompose them phosphorus is released


Nitrogen cycle is made up of nitrogen gas so when nitrogen gas and oxide compress they make a nitrogen cycle. With the phosphorus cycle it doesn't compress gas it just goes to gas to oxide making phosphorus cycle.


because it follows the phosphorus rock cycle.


The phosphorus cycle is the biogeochemical cycle that describes the movement of phosphorus through the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere. Unlike many other biogeochemical cycles, the atmosphere does not play a significant role in the movement of phosphorus, because phosphorus and phosphorus-based compounds are usually solids at the typical ranges of temperature and pressure found on Earth :)


Their resemblance is only a fact that the ratio of Nitrogen and Phosphorus remains constant on earth. The phosphorus and nitrogen cycle both are utilized by organisms, and in order to get the required nutrients from the atmosphere.




Organisms require phosphorus as an ingredient of nucleic acids, phospholipids, and ATP and (in vertebrates) as a mineral component of bones and teeth. The phosphorus cycle is the way that phosphorus gets to organism and its recycling through an ecosystem.


Plants get phosphorus from soil and water, whereas animals get phosphorus by eating plants or other animals.


Nitrogen is more abundant on earth and mostly exists in gaseous state while Phosphorus is less abundant and exists in solid state only, so phosphorus cycle is slower.


of course, elemental phosphorous is P while in the phosphorus cycle you have mainly PO4 3- called phosphate. It is part of the salts. But remember that P cycle is more complex than that. P is incorporated to the bones, DNA, RNA.


water cycle, carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, and phosphorus cycle.


The atmosphere has no significant role in the phosphorus cycle, but is an essential part of the sulfur cycle.


Phosphorus doesn't enter the atmosphere; instead, phosphorus remains mostly on land in rock and soil minerals, and ocean sediments.


Phosphorus, often leached from rocks and minerals, is an important component of soils. Phosphorus does not have an atmospheric form, so it is most often transported by water. Inorganic phosphorus is taken in by plants, incorporated into organic compounds, and moves up the food chain. Phosphorus is returned to the soil and rock cycle through decomposition of waste.


Water cycle, nitrogen cycle, sulphur cycle, and phosphorus cycle .


One way that the phosphorus cycle is different from other cycles is that it doesn't usually have a gas state. Phosphorus has small particles that sometimes go up into the atmosphere and contribute to acid rain but other then that phosphorus stays in and on land,sea, and in sediment


Nitrogen Cycle Carbon Cycle Phosphorus Cycle Water Cycle Oxygen Cycle Sulfur Cycle


The long term cycle of phosphorus is that plants absorb inorganic phosphate. It is absorbed through the roots and then converted into organic phosphates. Animals then obtain the phosphorus by consuming the plants. The animals then excrete inorganic phosphorus in the urine. Bacteria break down the dead animals and plants and releases inorganic phosphorus to continue this cycle.


The uplifting of phosphorus rock in mountains and the cleavage and weathering of those phosphorus rocks are geological processes.



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