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The water, carbon, and nitrogen cycle terms
terms from the water, carbon, and nitrogen cycle
carbon dioxide enters plants from the atmosphere
glucose is broken down into energy by cells and CO2 is released into the atmosphere
when living things die, the carbon in their tissues breaks down and enters the ground
humans burn fossil fuels as a source of energy which releases massive amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere
co2 in atmosphere
bacteria change nitrogen gas into usable nitrogen gas
bacteria turn nitrogen into unusable nitrogen gas
n2 in atmosphere
most abundant gas in atmosphere
any form of h2o that falls from the sky, and lands on earth
when water is converted from the liquid form to its vapor form and heads to the atmosphere
the movement of land water to the oceans
the evaporation of water from plants
the change of water from its gaseous form to liquid water