What Is Organic Matter?

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Organic matter refers to that matter which is form a once a living organism and is capable of decay. It also entails the composition of organic compounds. Organic matter comes from animals and plants found in the environment.
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Organic matter has come from something that was alive at some point. Examples of organic matter used by people are humus, which is used in soil, and biomass, which can be used as fuel.
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