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The slow rate of decomposition of fallen logs in nature is due to the

 (a) low moisture content

 (b) poor nitrogen content

 (c) anaerobic environment around them

 (d) low cellulose content

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Correct option (a) low moisture content

Explanation:

 The slow rate of decomposition of fallen logs in nature is due to their low moisture content. The cellulose is in high amount in fallen logs. The environment around the fallen logs is aerobic i.e. O2 is present.

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