The Biodome Nitrogen Cycle

Now, one last cycle that should be mentioned that will occur within these biodomes is the Nitrogen Cycle, which will take place between the atmospheres of these biodomes and their soils. With regard to this cycle, then, put simply, the plant life in these biodomes will use whatever Nitrogen comes into contact with its soils in very small amounts, which will come to it in the form of certain Nitrogen-based compounds, and in some cases in its pure form, but when a given life form dies, it will return that Nitrogen back into the soils around it and the atmosphere above it, so, once again, another natural cycle that will occur within these biodomes will keep itself in balance without any work on the part of the people of the biodomes