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Noun Concept
Categories: Leaves, Forest ecology, All articles needing additional references, Soil biology, Biogeochemical cycle
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forest floor  forest litter  Forest soil
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The forest floor, also called detritus or duff, is the part of a forest ecosystem that mediates between the living, aboveground portion of the forest and the mineral soil, principally composed of dead and decaying plant matter such as rotting wood and shed leaves. Wikipedia
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The forest floor, also called detritus or duff, is the part of a forest ecosystem that mediates between the living, aboveground portion of the forest and the mineral soil, principally composed of dead and decaying plant matter such as rotting wood and shed leaves. Wikipedia
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