How do plants get nitrogen?
Nitrogen composes about four-fifths (78.03 percent) by volume of the atmosphere. Nitrogen is an important element in plant nutrition.
But how do plants get nitrogen?
 Project description:
In this project you will research to find out which parts of a plant can get the nitrogen that the plant needs. You will also investigate different types of nitrogen compounds to find out which compounds can be used by a plant. If you decide to perform your experiments on existing plants, you will need at least 2 weeks to complete your experiments. You may have more time (about 6 weeks or more) and decide to plant some seeds and use your own plants for your experiments.
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