Ecology

The nitrogen utilized by most plants is derived from 

A. decayed organic matter.
B. nitrogen gas.
C. soil.
D. the atmosphere.

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  1. It D

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  2. But how do you know?

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  3. Because i look it up

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  4. This is a tricky question. It hinges on the exact meaning of "derived." Yes, there's a lot of nitrogen in the atmosphere, but plants get their nitrogen from the soil.

    http://www.tfi.org/introduction-fertilizer/nutrient-science/nitrogen

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    Ms. Sue
  5. Thanks Ms.Sue your site helped a lot.

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  6. You are welcome, Brooklyn.

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