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How does the nitrogen cycle relate to you and your life? What does it have to do with terrestrial and aquatic habitats?

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How does the nitrogen cycle relate to you and your life? What does it have to do with terrestrial and aquatic habitats? Pollution?

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The nitrogen cycle is the continuous series of natural processes by which nitrogen passes from the air to the soil, to plants, and ultimately to sustain all animal life, and then returns back to the air or soil through decay or denitrification that is the loss of nitrogen.Through nitrogen fixation, nitrogen gas is converted into inorganic nitrogen compounds to be used by plants, animals, and people. This conversion is accomplished through the nitrogen cycle, in which nitrogen as a gas is carried to the earth's ...

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