Okay nitrogen is enter though the system of an animal cell
By breathing I guess?
it goes through your body and comes out as carbon dioxide. trees use the carbon dioxide to make more nitrogen that you breathe again.
They go through your skin and into your bloodstream. After that your body uses it or not. Your body usually takes the minerals from it and realesses it.
The nitrogen is not absorbed in your body via lungs. So the amount of nitrogen in inhaled and exhaled air has to be same. Nitrogen protects your body from the harmful effects of 100 % oxygen.
It is made up of 3% nitrogen.
A condition of negative nitrogen is intake of glucocorticoids.
The human body is about 3% Nitrogen
the nitrogen in its body is released by the action of decomposers
negative nitrogen balance.
Positive nitrogen balance
nitrogen in soil is taken by the plants when that are growing. As cow eat plants these nitrogen present in the plants go inside cow body and converted into glucose for giving cow the energy to move etc...
The human body needs nitrogen for the proper digestion of food and growth. Nitrogen is extremely important in the development of the human fetus.
Most of the nitrogen in your body is contained within proteins and most of the protein in your body is contained within the muscles.
Yes, nitrogen does go through decomposition.
groundnut is a source of nitrogen.
Nitrogen is an essential part of proteins.
Your body is not capable of directly using the nitrogen in air. It is ultimately the source of the nitrogen in the proteins and other nitrogen-containing compounds in your body, but the precursors for these are (mostly) made by nitrogen-fixing bacteria in the soil and then incorporated into molecules by plants. (The "mostly" is because some of the nitrogen used by plants comes from nitrates or ammonia applied as fertilizer.)
Then Nitrogen you inhale has no use. But nitrogen, from other sources, such as food, helps sperm production.