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DENITRIFICATION
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Definitions

  1. Denitrification is the biological process in the soil where nitrate nitrogen is converted into a gas and lost through the soil surface to the atmosphere.
  2. Denitrification is a process where the nitrate-nitrogen is converted to nitrogen gas, which can then be liberated into the atmosphere.
  3. Denitrification is the reduction of nitrates back into the largely inert nitrogen gas (N 2), completing the nitrogen cycle. (Web site)
  4. Denitrification is the utilization of nitrate (NO 3 -) as a terminal electron acceptor. (Web site)
  5. Denitrification is a phenomenon which can occur in the solids separation phase in aerobic treatment systems.

Ecosystems

  1. This is less common than denitrification in most ecosystems as a means of nitrate reduction.

Soil Fertility

  1. In excess, denitrification can lead to overall losses of available soil nitrogen and subsequent loss of soil fertility. (Web site)

Capacity

  1. The aim of this study was to evaluate the capacity of a denitrifying sludge to simultaneously convert sulfide and p -cresol via denitrification. (Web site)

Wastewater

  1. In some wastewater treatment plants, small amounts of methanol are added to the wastewater to provide a carbon source for the denitrification bacteria.

Bothnia

  1. It is suggested that denitrification in the Gulf of Bothnia is regulated by sediment nitrification. (Web site)

Marine Ecosystems

  1. Denitrification takes place under special conditions in both terrestrial and marine ecosystems.

Nitrogen

  1. Soil acidity is reduced by volatilization and denitrification of nitrogen. (Web site)

Nitrate

  1. When a soil system runs out of oxygen, it relies on nitrate (denitrification) to accept the electrons freed by respiration, and so forth down the cascade. (Web site)

Nitrification

  1. Learn more about nitrogen fixation, decay, nitrification, and denitrification.
  2. Denitrification and nitrification are parts of the nitrogen cycle.

Denitrification

  1. Biologically-mediated reactions (e.g., assimilation, nitrification, and denitrification) strongly control nitrogen dynamics in the soil.
  2. Examples of anaerobic respiration: Nitrate (NO 3 -). Process called denitrification.

Categories

  1. Matter > Atoms > Nitrogen > Nitrification
  2. Matter > Atoms > Nitrogen > Nitrogen Cycle
  3. Matter > Atoms > Nitrogen > Nitrate
  4. Soil Acidity
  5. Marine Ecosystems
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