Photo-ammonification of Organic Nitrogenous Compounds in the Soil

  title={Photo-ammonification of Organic Nitrogenous Compounds in the Soil},
  author={G. Gopala Rao and CH. I. Varadanam},
IN recent years Gopala Rao and Dhar1, Gopala Rao2, Dhar and co-workers3 and Corbet4 have shown that nitrification in soils occurs partly as a photochemical reaction under the influence of sunlight. Dhar and co-workers5 have also brought forward considerable evidence to show that fixation of atmospheric nitrogen is favoured by sunlight. 
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