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Inorganic nitrogen assimilation in Chlamydomonas

Inorganic nitrogen requirements during shoot organogenesis in tobacco leaf discs

Growth of conifer seedlings on organic and inorganic nitrogen sources

Stimulation of thaumarchaeal ammonia oxidation by ammonia derived from organic nitrogen but not added inorganic nitrogen

Relationships between functional traits and inorganic nitrogen acquisition among eight contrasting European grass species

Influence of Inorganic Nitrogen and pH on the Elongation of Maize Seminal Roots

Uptake, metabolism and distribution of organic and inorganic nitrogen sources by Pinus sylvestris

Fungal denitrification: Bipolaris sorokiniana exclusively denitrifies inorganic nitrogen in the presence and absence of oxygen

Ammonia-oxidizing archaea respond positively to inorganic nitrogen addition in desert soils

Regulation of organic and inorganic nitrogen uptake in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) seedlings

Uptake of inorganic and amino acid nitrogen from soil by Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus pauciflora seedlings

Nitric oxide generated by nitrate reductase increases nitrogen uptake capacity by inducing lateral root formation and inorganic nitrogen uptake under partial nitrate nutrition in rice

Effects of Inorganic Nitrogen Enrichment on Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) and the Associated Aquatic Community in Constructed Treatment Wetlands

Effect of nitrogen source on the solubilization of different inorganic phosphates by an isolate of Penicillium rugulosum and two UV-induced mutants

Analysis of Inorganic Nitrogen and Related Anions in High Salinity Water Using Ion Chromatography with Tandem UV and Conductivity Detectors

Effects of salinity, light and inorganic nitrogen on growth and toxigenicity of the marine dinoflagellate <it>Alexandrium tamarense</it> from northeastern Canada

 

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Nitrogen which is in the mineral state and can be readily used by plants. Contrast organic nitrogen.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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