Subject: Why is it necessary for nitrogen to be present for life to exist?
Date: Fri Jan 17 07:45:07 2003
Posted by Rachelle Annabella Oddyerl
Grade level: undergrad
City: New York State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Botany
I read somewhere that nitrogen is needed for plants to make food. But I've
always thought it was only sunlight, water, carbon dioxide and chlorophyll for
plants to make food.Why must nitrogen be included, and how does the plant make
use of nitrogen to make food?
Re: Why is it necessary for nitrogen to be present for life to exist?
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