Why Are Nitrogen Fixing Bacteria so Important to Other Organisms?

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Nitrogen fixing bacteria is important to other organisms because they assist in nitrogen fixation. Nitrogen is essential to all living organism. Nitrogen fixation is the only way organisms can attain nitrogen from the atmosphere.
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