The Past, Present and Future of Nitrogenous Compounds in the Atmosphere, and their Interactions with Plants
Ammonia was necessary for the origin of life. However, NH$_3$ would not have been a significant component of the neutral or mildly reducing (N$_2$, CO$_2$, H$_2$0) atmosphere which characterized the Hadean earth (> 3.8 Gyr ago), especially in view of the u.v. lability of NH$_3$, the greater u.v....
|Published in:||New Phytologist, Vol. 139, No. 1 (1998), p. 205-219|
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