Which process in the nutrient cycle converts atmospheric nitrogen into a form that plants can utilize?

Which process in the nutrient cycle converts atmospheric nitrogen into a form that plants can utilize?
A. Denitrification
B. Nitrogen fixation
C. Ammonification
D. Nitrification

Correct Option: Answer is B
Nitrogen fixation is the process in the nutrient cycle that converts atmospheric nitrogen (N2) into a form that plants can utilize, typically ammonium (NH4+) or nitrate (NO3-). This process is carried out by nitrogen-fixing bacteria, which can either be free-living in the soil or form mutualistic relationships with certain plants, such as legumes.

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