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Some substances which are degraded and broken down into simpler substances by the microorganisms, are called biodegradable substances. For example: Cotton, wood, paper, wool, etc. Substance (mainly man-made) that do not degraded or broken down into simpler substances by the action of enzymes secreted by microorganisms are called non-biodegradable substances. For example: Plastic, polythene, DDT, etc.

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