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nitrogen cycle

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Nitrates are converted into atmospheric nitrogen Denitrification Denitrifying bacteria
The release of nitrogen from dead materials and wastes Decomposition Bacteria and Fungi
How do animals obtain a supply of nitrogen? They must eat plant and/or animal protein. Animals are unable to synthesise proteins.
Bacteria convert atmospheric nitrogen into useable nitrogen compounds Nitrogen Fixation 1) Bacteria present in root nodules 2) Lightening 3) The Haber Process
The process of bacteria converting ammonium compounds into nitrates. Nitrification Nitrifying bacteria
Created by: packers03 on 2003-10-07

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