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Oh! This is an excellent question. Well, the answer that follows is technically just speculation. To truly know what’ll happen in the absence of nitrogen is impossible. You do mention that only nitrogen from the air has disappeared. So we will assume that other nitrogen-based compounds do...Read More

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But why does the conversion of ammonia into nitrates the process of nitrifing bacteria?

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A standard industry practice in food packaging is to use nitrogen in order to help maintain a product’s shelf life. If normal air were used, the oxygen in the normal air would damage food and accelerate spoilage. This happens because oxygen can carry moisture which will allows bacteria to...Read More

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The answer to this is letter D. Take note that the Nitrogen Cycle is something that happens constantly although people may not always know that it is happening. Nitrogen and the different compounds that are related to it should be integrated into the environment. The conversion of Nitrogen may...Read More

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A is the answer to this question. There are a lot of people who may not be too familiar with the nitrifying bacteria but this is an organism that will get the energy that they need from oxidizing inorganic nitrogen compounds. Two of the most common examples of this type of bacteria is the...Read More

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Incorrect this is absurd
it is the cycle of nitrogen though time

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You lie to me chuck norris is not the nitrogen cycle you liar

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Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) is a very important and complex biochemical process. All living organisms need nitrogen. Plants especially need nitrogen to grow and they cannot utilize the nitrogen found in the atmosphere (N2) so they must get it either from fertilizers or from...Read More

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The earth’s atmosphere is made up of approximately 78% nitrogen gas, making it the most plentiful element in the atmosphere. It stands to reason therefore that it must be critically important to life on earth. Nitrogen is found in DNA, amino acids, proteins, and more. Nitrogen is also...Read More

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We need nitrogen because it is critically important to human, animal, and plant life on earth. Nitrogen is an important part of human and animal life because proteins are made from nitrogen-containing amino acids. These proteins are necessary to keep “hair, muscles, skin and other...Read More

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