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Which of the following element/molecule used to capture energy for ecosystems, is widely
available and is fixed by autotrophs? This chemical can be found as a gas, dissolved in water and as
part of the bodies of all living things.
O carbon
nitrogen
phosophus
O water
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Which of the following element/molecule used to capture energy for ecosystems, is widely available and is fixed by autotrophs? This chemical can be found as a gas, dissolved in water and as part of the bodies of all living things. O carbon nitrogen phosophus O water

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