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organic nitrogen


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organic nitrogen

organic nitrogen

organic nitrogen

Algal growth on organic compounds as nitrogen sources

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

Differential responses of growth and nitrogen uptake to organic nitrogen in four gramineous crops

Physiology of organic nitrogen acquisition by ectomycorrhizal fungi and ectomycorrhizas

Dissolved organic nitrogen utilization by an Aphanizomenon bloom in Lake Kinneret

Growth of conifer seedlings on organic and inorganic nitrogen sources

Degradability of dissolved soil organic carbon and nitrogen in relation to tree species

Effects of salinity and light on organic carbon and nitrogen uptake in a hypersaline microbial mat

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

Nitrogen capture by plants grown in N-rich organic patches of contrasting size and strength

Effect of nitrogen supply and defoliation on loss of organic compounds from roots of Festuca rubra

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

Interactive effects of salinity, nitrogen and sulphur on the organic solutes in Spartina alterniflora leaf blades

Collaboration between grass seedlings and rhizobacteria to scavenge organic nitrogen in soils

Microplanktonic regeneration of ammonium and dissolved organic nitrogen in the upwelling area of the NW of Spain: relationships with dissolved organic carbon production and phytoplankton size-structure

Effects of biological soil crusts on profile distribution of soil water, organic carbon and total nitrogen in Mu Us Sandland, China

 

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Nitrogen that is bound to compounds (amino acids and proteins) which contain carbon, and that must be subjected to mineralization or decomposition before it can be used by plants. Contrast inorganic nitrogen.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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