The composition of the atmosphere.
Plants absorb carbon dioxide, release oxygen, clean the air of dust and enrich it with water vapor.
The composition of the ocean water.
Organisms regulate the amount of substances dissolved in water, absorbing them to form bones, shells and shells. The remains of these organisms, after their death, turn into sedimentary rocks (chalk, limestone).
Plants and organisms, dying, turn into rocks such as coal, peat, oil, chalk, limestone.
The destruction of rocks.
Plants are able to destroy rocks. For example, some species of moss, settling on stones in the tundra, secrete certain substances that can dissolve minerals. Plant roots penetrate rock cracks, expand x and destroy them. Animals also dig holes, moves, which can also lead to destruction of rocks.
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