What role do legume plants play in nature?

They enrich the soil with nitrogen salts.
The roots of many legumes carry small nodules formed by proliferating tissue when nitrogen-fixing bacteria are introduced into the root. These bacteria are able to fix atmospheric nitrogen, which they not only supply the plant, but also enrich the soil.

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