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D cam WM STELE lam—1w“ CA'I'i ON EXCHANG E - Soil is composed of
— Inorganic minerals
— Organic matter Air — Water IC-'rro'-.‘:tl'. that results in an inorease in stem or root len th
The plant growth prooess that allows _ _ _F_ g F . . . ooours in whio.h speoi:io. area o:
oells to heoome speoialized is: the plant? A. oell divis ion. PL. lat_. al 1.. 'st_. -_
E. oellelongation. F'f ﬂF'I’i en . .. . . apioal me riste m
V-V- C. oell di::erentiatio n. E.
C. 'uas . la .a :h' '_
D. primary growth. D Eu r I: H mm _, oo rlt oamh ium
:.. seoo ndary growth. _ _
:.. pe ride rm . . , , The hull-C of ar. herbaceous dioot root consists
The partly decayed organic. portion :3: soil is called: of loosely arranged parenolzyma oells in the: A. endodermis. A. silt. I B. olay. 13- perioy'olg. C. sand C. EPIClEI‘ﬂZLs.
V'V' D. humus H D. cortex. 3. peridernz. “That are the three elements that are most o:'ten limiting Taotors :"or plant growth? A. oarhon, potassium, and magnesium:
E oar‘oon, oxygen, and nitrogen
C. hydrogen, rr_agnesiurr_, and oxygen
D sulfur, oaloium, and nitrogen HE T nitrogen, phospho rus , and po tas s ium ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course 101 101 taught by Professor Alla during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.
- Fall '09