How is atmospheric inert nitrogen gas converted to the usable nitrogenous form for various life forms?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 26th Oct, 2016, 01:42: PM
- Biological processes:
The atmospheric inert nitrogen gas is converted to the usable
nitrogenous form with the help of free living nitrogen-fixing bacteria
found in the roots of legumes.
- Physical process:
During lightning, the high temperatures and pressures created in the air
convert nitrogen to oxides of nitrogen.
Answered by | 26th Oct, 2016, 03:42: PM
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