Respiratory protection - azotobacter, Biology

Respiratory Protection - Azotobacter

In respiratory protection N2-fixing cells adjust the rate of .aerobic respiration according to prevailing oxygen tension i.e. rising and falling according to external oxygen concentration. Consequently, anaerobic situation within the cell where N2-fixation occurs is created.

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