Minerals in Plants (PHOTOSYNTHESIS)

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What four minerals are needed for plants?
Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium, Magnesium
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What is Nitrogen used for in the plant and a symptom of it's deficiency?
Growth using proteins and stunted growth is a symptom
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What is Phosphorous used for in the plant and a symptom of it's deficiency?
Produces DNA and cell membranes, poor roots is a symptom
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What is Potassium used for in the plant and a symptom of it's deficiency?
Makes chlorophyll and enzymes, a symptoms are poor flower growth and yellow leaves
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What is Magnesium used for in the plant and a symptom of it's deficiency?
Needed for chlorophyll production and a symptom is yellow leaves
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Growth using proteins and stunted growth is a symptom

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What is Nitrogen used for in the plant and a symptom of it's deficiency?

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Produces DNA and cell membranes, poor roots is a symptom

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Makes chlorophyll and enzymes, a symptoms are poor flower growth and yellow leaves

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Needed for chlorophyll production and a symptom is yellow leaves

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