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I would suggest putting the microbes involved under each subheading.  you can have nitrosomonas/nitrobacter and archaea under nitrification.  Facultative anaerobes under denitr.  Just mention breadth of organisms involved in immob/mineralization and why there is that breadth.
 
I would suggest putting the microbes involved under each subheading.  you can have nitrosomonas/nitrobacter and archaea under nitrification.  Facultative anaerobes under denitr.  Just mention breadth of organisms involved in immob/mineralization and why there is that breadth.
  
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For global warming, you can find lots of good links for greenhouse gases.  One good one would be good.
 
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Revision as of 17:16, 26 February 2008

Good start. A couple of comments. N cycle is biogeochemical not just chemical cycle. Also add that nitrate is then converted to N2 gas and then everything repeats itself. -Kate Scow


Great start! See if you can find some key nitrogen cycle organisms on the microbewiki and create links to their pages. Then start a page for a new microbe by using the code of an existing page as a template and editing the content. Remember to cite your sources!

Irina C 21:45, 10 February 2008 (UTC)

I would suggest putting the microbes involved under each subheading. you can have nitrosomonas/nitrobacter and archaea under nitrification. Facultative anaerobes under denitr. Just mention breadth of organisms involved in immob/mineralization and why there is that breadth.

Kate Scow

For global warming, you can find lots of good links for greenhouse gases. One good one would be good. Kate Scow