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Welcome, today we will be talking about the Nitrogen Cycle.
Fine, the Nitrogen cycle starts with Nitrogen Fixation.
Yes, that's right. Nitrogen Fixation is the process in which Special bacteria convert the nitrogen gasses from the atmosphere into ammonia which plants can use.
Step two is Nitrification.
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Nitrification is the process which converts ammonia into nitrite ions which the plants can use to make proteins.
Bye Ginger Santa. The proteins then go through the food chain.
After all the living organisms use the nitrogen in the proteins, decomposer bacteria convert the nitrogen-rich waste compounds into simpiler ones in the process of Ammonification
Denitrification is the final step in which other bacteria convert the simple nitrogen compounds back into nitrogen gas.
That nitrogen gas is then released back into the atmosphere to begin the cycle again.
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