McNaughton, Ruess, and Seagle (1988) proposed that grazing by large mammals increases the rate of nitrogen cycling on the savannas of East Africa. Explain how passing through a large mammal could increase the rate of breakdown of plant biomass. In chapter 18, we also saw how grazing mammals may increase the rate of primary production on the savanna. How might the disappearance of the large mammals of East Africa affect ecosystem processes on the savanna?
https://nursingpaperspros.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/logo-nursing--300x60.png 0 0 Prince https://nursingpaperspros.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/logo-nursing--300x60.png Prince2021-01-31 07:34:232021-01-31 07:34:23McNaughton, Ruess, and Seagle (1988) proposed that grazing by large
© 2020 Nursingpaperspros.com