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Through nitrogen fixation process nitrogen in the atmosphere is converted into

A. Ammonium

B. Hydroxide

C. Nitrate

D. Chlorite

Answer: Option A

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Fixation converts nitrogen in the atmosphere into ammonium that plants can absorb through their root systems. A small amount of nitrogen can be fixed when lightning provides the energy needed for N2 to react with oxygen, producing nitrogen oxide, NO, and nitrogen dioxide, NO2.

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