State in brief about the zinc, Biology

State in brief about the Zinc   

It is concerned with the functioning of sulphydryl compounds, such as cysteine, in regulation of redox potential within the cell. Zinc is sometimes related to the growth promoting substance, auxin. It is generally believed that zinc has something to do with chlorophyll formation but the cause is not known.  

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