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    Dictée choix multiples : La mort nourrit la vie


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    Dans la nature, toute vie à la mort mais la mort, à son tour alimente la vie. herbivore est dévoré par un carnivore, il entre dans un de recyclage qui permettra à ses propres de vivre et de donner la vie. par ce processus que le cycle de la matière perdure et, avec lui, l'ensemble écosystèmes. Grâce aux nécrophages aux décomposeurs (bactéries et champignons), cadavres d'animaux sont transformés et dégradés en de plus en plus simples, assimilables par les végétaux. La boucle est alors bouclée, les , qui forment la base alimentaire des herbivores, nourrissant à leur tour des restes de ceux qui les ont absorbés.







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