plant decomposition

plant decomposition

[′plant dē‚käm·pə′zish·ən]
(control systems)
The partitioning of a large-scale control system into subsystems along lines of weak interaction.
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Several articles discuss aspects relating to the use of wetlands for water purification, and others consider remotely sensed data for wetland mapping, the US federal wetlands protection policy, communities sensitive to ecosystem changes, pathogen removal, the role of harvest and plant decomposition in constructed wetlands, human disturbances on migrant birds, agricultural wetlands for mitigating pollution, and other topics.
In this region, cold weather hinders plant decomposition, and cattle get protein from dead and live grasses.