Nitrogen Cycle

What is the Nitrogen Cycle?

The Nitrogen Cycle is a series of processes by which nitrogen and its compounds are interconverted in the enviorment and in living organisms, also including decomposition and nitrogen fixation.

Why is it important?

The Nitrogen Cycle is important because its an essential part of the biological molecules such as nuclei acid and protein, which makes it dependable. It also makes up almost 80% of the atmosphere.

What are the steps of the Nitrogen Cycle?

4 Main Steps:

1 - Nitrogen Fixation

2 - Nitrification

3 - Ammonification

4 - Denitrification