The soil food web includes three energy pathways, i.e. , root, bacterial and fungal (Moore & Hunt, 1998; Moore et al. , 2003). Energy flow via living roots through a grazing food chain depends on herbivores; energy flow via litter and detritus are through a decomposer food web depending on
of rapid change in Big History. The first pattern occurred soon after the Big Bang, when the energy in the form of high temperature heat cooled due to expansion, resulting in a decreasing rate of change in the way matter and energy behaved. The second pattern is the more delicate emergence of
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