Bacteria fix nitrogen into a usable form for the roots to uptake for the plant. Nitrogen fixing bacteria take gaseous nitrogen and add hydrogens to it to get ammonia. This only happens in the absence of oxygen. Some bacteria live freely in the soil and others live in symbiosis with the plant. The plant receives ammonia and the bacteria receive sugar from the plant.
Recent studies have shown that certain bacteria can actually help increase plant growth. Bacteria is usually harmful and can cause disease in plants though. To learn more, visit the links below.
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