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The Assimilatory Reduction of Nitrate

Nitrate reduction by algae and higher plants is one of the most fundamental biological processes by which inorganic oxidized nitrogen is reduced to ammonia with water as the ultimate reductant at the expense of sun energy (Losada and Guerrero, 1979). With the exception of some blue–green algae, and plants that have a symbiotic association with nitrogen-fixing prokaryotes, photosynthetic organisms derive most of their nitrogen from nitrate. There are besides a variety of nonphotosynthetic organisms, bacteria and fungi, that can also assimilate nitrate, as well as certain free-living anaerobic and aerobic bacteria that can fix molecular nitrogen.

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