What Is Denitrifying Bacteria?
Asked by Shrivatsa | 10th Jul, 2016, 04:14: PM
Denitrifying bacteria are those bacteria that convert nitrates in the soil to free molecular nitrogen.This process is called denitrification in nitrogen cycle. This bacteria reduce agricultural productivity. Some examples are Thiobacillus denitrificans, Pseudomonas etc
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 11th Jul, 2016, 07:58: AM
- name the microorganism which can fix atmospheric nitrogen in the soil
- How is nitrogen fixd in lightning
- name nitrogen fixing bacteria
- which bacteria does not fix nitrogen a]clostridium b]rhizobium c] azotobacter d]nitrosomonas I clicked clostridium but is given as wrong and the right answer is nitrosomonas how it is possible as clostridium is a bad bacteria?????!!!!!!
- Give two examples of leguminous plants.
- Name any two vital nitrogen compounds of living organisms.
- How do herbivores obtain nitrogen for their body?
- How the nitrates in the soil get decomposed?
- (i) What are the two ways in which atmospheric nitrogen gets fixed into usable forms?(ii) How do herbivores obtain nitrogen for their body?
- How is atmospheric nitrogen utilized by plants?
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