Nitrogen Cycle

Nitrogen Cycle

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  • Nitrogen
  • Nitrogen Fixation
  • Amonia
  • Bacteria in the soil causes this to happen.
  • Nitrogen Fixation is a process where Nitrogen in the atmosphere is converted into ammonia.
  • Nitrification
  • Ammonia
  • Nitrification is the process where ammonia is turned into nitrates by autotrophic bacteria in the plants roots.
  • nitrates
  • When the plants perform root uptake they get the ammonia.
  • We need nitrogen because it is used in protein synthesis and that is very important.
  • Then animals like me eat the plants and get nitrogen from them.
  • Plants and decomposers get their nitrogen from animal decomposition. This is part of the food chain!
  • Make The Nitrogen Cycle Great Again!
  • Finally, plants take the nitrates and bacteria denitrifies them and disperses nitrogen back into the atmosphere.
  • Denitrification
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