Rapid Communication - Environmental Risk Assessment and Remediation (2022) Volume 6, Issue 3
Implications and effects of atmospheric nitrogen and its components in terrestrial ecosystems.
Nitrogen is one of the essential supplements basic for the survival of all living living beings. It may be a essential component of numerous biomolecules, counting proteins, DNA, and chlorophyll. In spite of the fact that nitrogen is exceptionally plenteous within the environment as dinitrogen gas, it is to a great extent blocked off in this shape to most life forms, making nitrogen a rare asset and regularly constraining essential efficiency in numerous environments.Author(s): Jianxing Yu