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There are following four major groups of microorganisms:
In addition viruses are also considered as fifth group of microorganisms.
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The major gas that contributes to absorption of heat is carbon dioxide. Other greenhouse gases are methane, nitrous oxides, CFCs, and ozone.
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Harmful effects of microorganisms:
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Substances are classified into two types. They are,
Pure Substance: A substance which is made of one kind of particle.
Examples - iron, aluminium, silver and gold.
Mixtures: A substance which contains two or more different particles is known as mixtures.
Example: Salt solution is made up of two components, salt and water. Therefore,salt solution is a mixture.
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A main pipeline is laid in the field.Perpendicular pipes having rotating nozzles at the top are joined to the main pipelines at regular intervals.When water from a tube-well is allowed to flow through the main pipelines under pressure with the help of a pump,it escapes from the rotating nozzles.This water gets sprinkled on the crop plants as if it is raining.
1) It is more useful for the uneven land where sufficient water is not available.
2) It is very useful for sandy soil.
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The process of conversion of atmospheric nitrogen into nitrogenous compounds and making it available for plants is called as nitrogen fixation. The organisms which fix nitrogen to plants are called as nitrogen fixers. Microorganisms in the soil convert atmospheric nitrogen into ammonium compounds, thereby enabling the survival of plants and animals.
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