Origin of nitrification
Examples from the Web for nitrification
Historical Examples of nitrification
They will be fully discussed in the chapter on Nitrification.Manures and the principles of manuring
Charles Morton Aikman
He also showed that metabiosis played an important part in nitrification.
Excess of water drowns the humus, and nitrification cannot go on in a soil the pores of which are closed by excess of moisture.The Dwelling House
George Vivian Poore
No substance is so favourable to nitrification as the natural stony concretion known under the name of lime-tuf.
The presence of moisture in the soil is necessary for the process of nitrification to take place.The First Book of Farming
Charles L. Goodrich
- the addition of a nitro group to an organic compound
- the substitution of a nitro group for another group in an organic compound
1827, from French nitrification (1787, de Morveau), from nitrifier (1777), from nitre (see nitre).