Originally Posted by CaptinFunk
Is this a response to my comment about lightning fixing atmospheric nitrogen to rainwater? Are you saying that atmospheric nitrogen fixed my nitrogen is inert?
No, I'm saying whatever falls from the sky, nitrogen is basically inert.
Nitrogen gas is a very stable two-atom molecule that doesn't easily interact with other atoms or molecules. For example, although three-quarters of every breath you take consists of nitrogen, none of that is metabolized by your body
. The same is true of nearly all plants -- they can't take nitrogen directly from the atmosphere. In fact, legumes that can take nitrogen from the atmosphere don't do it directly, but through a symbiotic relationship with "nitrogen-fixing" bacteria in their roots. The bacteria "breathe" in nitrogen and convert it to compounds that the roots can absorb.
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