Meaning ammonification
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ammonification


The process by which decomposers break down proteins and amino acids, releasing the excess nitrogen in the form of ammonia (NH3) or ammonium ion (NH4+).
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ammonification


process by which bacteria convert nitrogen gas into ammonium ions (NH4) +
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ammonification


The biochemical process whereby ammoniacal nitrogen is released from nitrogen-containing organic compounds.
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ammonification


(n) impregnation with ammonia or a compound of ammonia
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ammonification


Generation of the ammonia form of nitrogen
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This is the process in which organic forms of nitrogen (e.g., nitrogen present in dead plant material compounds) are converted to ammonium (NH4+) by decomposers (bacteria).
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See mineralization.
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The reduction of nitrates and nitrites to ammonium compounds by soil saprobes.
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ammonification


Oxidation of the organically bound nitrogen of dead biomass into ammonium (NH4+).
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