What ions must a plant obtain from the soil, Biology

What ions must a plant obtain from the soil in order to make (a) ATP, (b) chlorophyll?

 

(a) To create ATP (adenosine triphosphate) a plant requires a supply of phosphate ions.

(b) To make chlorophyll a plant requires a supply of magnesium ions.

 

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