Nutrient absorption, Biology

Nutrient Absorption

Except for carbon, oxygen and hydrogen which are provided by CO2 and water, all the other elements essential for plants are provided by the soil. Hence, hereafter, in this unit on 'Mineral Nutrition' we will confine our discussion to those elements which are acquired from the soil by the plants.

 

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