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The process of converting nitrogen into nitrogen compounds by bacteria is called:
The process of converting nitrogen into nitrogen compounds by bacteria is called: NITROGEN FIXATION.
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User: The process of converting nitrogen into nitrogen compounds by bacteria is called:





Weegy: The process of converting nitrogen into nitrogen compounds by bacteria is called: NITROGEN FIXATION.
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User: Plants obtain nitrogen from the:

Weegy: Many plants (such as legumes like peas) get it from nitrogen-fixing bacteria that they harbor in their roots. Those bacteria take the elemental nitrogen from the air and convert it to nitrates. [ Some of it leaks into the soil and other plants nearby get the benefit. ]
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