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For this process to occur, however, large populations of nitrogen-fixing bacteria must be present in the soil.
But tires on airplanes are filled with nitrogen, not air.
Avoid high nitrogen fertilizers that encourage vegetative growth.
The samples are labelled, frozen and stored in five large vats of liquid nitrogen at -196°C.
The guys over at Kuma Films got into the slo-mo game this week with this video of the reaction between liquid nitrogen and boiling water.
Gray leaf spot has been especially troublesome this year, and many people have reacted by applying nitrogen fertilizer in an attempt to green up their turf.
About 2500 are made of the biogenic atoms carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, sulfur, and hydrogen, and about 600 are actually produced by life on Earth.
Mainly, he is disregarded — like nitrogen, argon, and other invisible, inert gases.
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