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How is carbon transferred from plants and animals to the soil? (1 point) The decay of dead organisms releases carbon dioxide from their bodies into the soil.

Carbon atoms from plant and animal waste dissolve into the soil.  Carbon atoms , from plant and animal waste dissolve into the soil. 
The decay of dead organisms releases some carbon atoms from their bodies into the soil. 
The decay of dead organisms releases some , carbon atoms, from their bodies into the soil. 
Carbon dioxide from plant and animal respiration dissolves into the soil.

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  3. this is what i found on quizlet if this helps
    When planting animals die, their bodies wood and leaves decay bringing the carbon into the ground.

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