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What would happen to the atmospheric nitrogen if bacterica did not exist?

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Nitrogen fixation is a process in which nitrogen ... Atmospheric nitrogen or molecular dinitrogen ... a gene found in nitrogen fixing bacteria;
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Home ยป Nitrogen in the Earth System. ... Atmospheric nitrogen becomes part of ... Backgrounders provide supplementary information and should not be ...
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... Sinorhizobium) fix atmospheric nitrogen or dinitrogen, N 2, ... Nodulation and nitrogen fixation by rhizobia is not exclusive to ... Bacteria like ...
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Microorganisms capable of transforming atmospheric nitrogen into ... Nitrogen-fixing bacteria, microorganisms ... our editorial approach may not be able ...
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atmospheric nitrogen into a usable form ... 6. Hypothesize: what do you think would happen to plants if bacteria did not exist? Explain your answer.
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Authors: Extension Agronomists, Department of Extension Plant Sciences, New Mexico State University. (Print friendly PDF) Biological Nitrogen Fixation
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