They contain symbiotic bacteria called rhizobia within the nodules in their root system., Production nitrogen compound which are essential for plants to grow .
If the plant dies , The fixed Nitrogen gets released from the plant and hence helps other plants to fertilize and grow
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Yes, lightning adds nitrogen to soil, but not directly. ... Nitrogen in the atmosphere can be transformed into a plant-usable form, a process called nitrogen fixation, by lightning. Each bolt of lightning carries electrical energy that is powerful enough to break the strong bonds of the nitrogen molecule in the atmosphere.
atmospheric nitrogen fixed by lightning
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They contain symbiotic rhizobia bacteria within nodules in their root systems, producing nitrogen compounds that help the plant to grow and compete with other plants. When the plant dies, the fixed nitrogen is released, making it available to other plants; this helps to fertilize the soil.
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in leguminous plants ,the plants contain some bacteria named rhizobium in their rootnodules which helps to fix nitrogen to the plant
nitrogen fixation is carried out in soil by microorganisms termed diazotrophs that include bacteria such as azotobacter and Archaea. some nitrogen-fixing bacteria have symbiotic relationship with plant group, especially legumes
The enormous energy of lightning breaks nitrogen molecules and enables their atoms to combine with oxygen in the air forming nitrogen oxides. These dissolve in rain, forming nitrates, that are carried to the earth.
They contain symbiotic bacteria called rhizobia within nodules in their root systems, producing nitrogen compounds that help the plant to grow and compete with other plants. When the plant dies, the fixed nitrogen is released, making it available to other plants; this helps to fertilize the soil.
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