Nitrate is both an organic & inorganic compound that can be created by decomposers (bacteria) and ester. Since plants grow out of soil, the soil layers contains nitrate bacterias that oxidizes ammonia as well as mix compounds of nitrogen and oxygen allowing plants to receive these materials from plant roots.
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Nitrates are like food for plants, so they get nitrates from the soil to grow. Fertilizer for gardens and crops usually contain nitrates for this reason.
Plants need nitrates (e.g.potassium nitrate) to enable growth
Nitrogen fixing bacteria make nitrates available for plants to use.
Nitrates are absorbed by plants in ion form and its nitrogen is used in protein synthesis
- absorbing nitrates from soil by the roots- for some plants fixing nitrogen with the help of bacteria
The plant's roots sucks up the nitrate along with some water. The nitrate travels through the stem and into the leaves.
They stimulate growth
Plants consume nitrogen in the form of Nitrates. Nitrogen gets converted into nitrates by the denitrifying bacteria. These plants absorb nitrogen in the form of nitrates through the groundwater.
Forms root nodules and provides nitrates to plants .
If nitrates are missing in plants, they will die. They need the nitrogen in the nitrates to make proteins, DNA, RNA, ADP, and ATP.
Nitrates are a fertilizer, so when nitrates hit a pond or stream, the plants there could overtake and drain all the oxygen out of all the plants, so the plants will die. The animals living there are also affected, because for example, fish in the water could die if a water hyacinth gets nitrates because the fish in the water will not get any sunlight.
If a plant doesn't have enough nitrates it will be stunted and have yellow, older looking leaves
Particularly from the humus, contained in the soil
Nitrogen available to plants as Nitrates supplies the wherewithall for plants to produce foliage.
The useful mineral nutrients for plants is NITRATES and PHOSPHATES.
Bacteria is the the most responsible organism that converts nitrogen into nitrates. Which plants can then use.
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What kind of farmers? Plant farmers? Harmful. Plants need nitrates to live. If nitrates are reduced to NO or N2, there is less available NO3 for the plants.