The nitrogen cycle is the process through which nitrogen is converted into other forms, which can then be used by several living organisms including plants.
Nitrogen reacts with oxygen to creat nitric oxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2). Nitrogen dioxide may then react with water to create nitric acid (NHO3). Nitrogen is also converted into usable forms by bacteria and algae in a process known as nitrogen fixation. Plants are then able to absorb these nitrates, which are vital nutrients.
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