Osmotic strength of the fluids, Biology

Osmotic Strength of the Fluids in Immediate Surrounding

The availability of soluble mineral salts varies widely from habitat to habitat. In fact, a big chunk of land in our country has been classified as 'wasteland' because of high salinity of the soil cover or the water leachates. Common crop cultivars cannot be grown in such environments.

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