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    are the four molecules all living things need to survive. The four molecules are Proteins, DNA, Carbohydrates, and Lipids. Each of these molecules is made of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen at the very least. Proteins have Nitrogen as an added element, and DNA has Phosphate and Nitrogen. The base structure of each molecule has a carbon skeleton. This means that structures have Carbon as the base, in diagrams the carbon skeleton will have many bonds but you can recognize it because it will be in the…

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    The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of changing soil textures and nutrient availabilities upon biomass allocation within Brassica rapus. From the data collected, we can conclude that soil texture and it’s influence upon nutrient availability is significant in determining biomass allocation within B. rapus. In our study, we found that soil texture primarily determined root biomass while the degree of nutrient availability, provided by fertilization, primarily determined…

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    possibility is that in monoculture for higher urease activity, N-fertilizer rate was same in monoculture and intercrops, and intercrops utilized soil urea faster than monoculture. Nitrite reductase, protease and nitrogenase play significant roles in nitrogen cycle and higher activities of these enzymes showed that vital microbial community enhanced in intercropping system. The nitrogenase enzyme catalyzes the reduction of atmospheric dinitrogen to ammonia. This process is energy expensive and…

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    1. Even though, the eruption of Mount St. Helens volcano was one of the most severe eruptions yet, some plants survived the upheaval. Ecologists were surprised to find the emergence of plants in the mass of ash covered terrain. As the ecologist Dale quoted, “It gave the impression of total lifelessness.” However, roots being guarded in moist soil, resilient plants, and snow sheltering trees were the three main reasons vegetation survived. 2. The plants, and trees that endured the eruption are…

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    instrument was done using 195 an alfalfa standard with a known nitrogen content of 3.38 ± 0.04%. A series of blank determinations 196 were performed in order to get rid of any element in the instrument. Calibration of the instrument 197 was done using an alfalfa standard with a known…

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    resulting in ammonia. Nitrification is a process by which ammonia is oxidized to nitrite and then nitrite is oxidized to nitrate. Denitrification is a process by which nitrate is converted into nitrogen gas or nitrous oxide by denitrifiers. Nitrogen fixation is a process by which atmospheric nitrogen is converted into ammonia by symbiotic or non-symbiotic mechanisms. 2. The distinguishing difference between the three types of soil used (cactus soil, peat moss, and all-purpose potting soil)…

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    It can be nitrogen conversion through all the biological and physical processes. Important processes in the nitrogen cycle installation, generating ammonia, nitrification, and DE nitrification. The vast majority of the Earth 's atmosphere (78%) are nitrogen, making it the largest concentration of nitrogen. However, the nitrogen in the atmosphere has limited the use of biological, resulting in a scarcity of nitrogen that can be used in many types of…

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    The earth is reliant on various reproductive biochemical cycles, to maintain balanced and regulated conditions on earth and within the atmosphere (Name, date). These cycles include the carbon, nitrogen and hydrological cycles. These cycles among others, bring with them various geological, chemical, physical and biological processes (name, date). All these cycles are interconnected; matter within them is continually cycled between biotic and abiotic parts of the environment (name, date). Without…

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    The Anthropocene is an era characterized by humans’ intercontinental impact on ecological systems and processes (Steffen et al. 2011). Monitoring ecosystem function and fluctuation is the primary interest of Dr. David Lewis, who examines variables associated with the Anthropocene, including: land modification, nutrient cycling, hydrologic perturbations, and climate change. Many anthropogenic activities result in heightened nutrient inputs into the environment (Foley et al. 2005), including land…

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    Generally nitrogen levels are low in unpolluted water but can be found in small amounts. Determining the presence of nitrate can be difficult due to the small amounts of nitrate in water. Nitrate can be found in rivers lakes and ground water. Nitrate nitrogen is the pre dominant form of nitrogen. A high level of nitrate present in water indicates that there was organic pollution but not recently. Plants and animals need nutrients like nitrogen for the formation of amino acids. Nitrogen cannot…

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