Why is the nitrogen cycle important for the survival of organisms in an ecosystem


Plants and animals could not live without nitrogen. It is an  important part of many cells and processes such as amino acids, proteins, and even our DNA. It is also needed to make chlorophyll in plants, which plants use in photosynthesis to make their food and energy. Unfortunately, human activity has altered the  cycle.

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