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why is it important that bacteria release nutrients?
if nutrients weren't released, eventually it would all be locked up in dead, non-decaying tissue
how does the bacteria (rhizobium) benefit from the relationship between bacterium and plant?
the bacteria gets sugars and other nutrients from the plant
how does the plant benefit from the relationship between bacterium and plant?
the reduced nitrogen made from the bacteria is fertilizer
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