10-minnutritoutl-11spring

10-minnutritoutl-11spring - F. How salt affects plants II....

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AG V03 Plant Biology: Water in Plants (Ch 10) © copyright 2011 Marta D. de Jesus I. Soils A. Overall 1. soil horizons a. topsoil humus b. subsoil, c. parent material B. How does rock become soil? 1. weathering 2. add organic materials C. inorganic component (dirt) 1. particles 2. types of soils a. light/porous soils b. “heavy” soil D. water in soil hygroscopic gravitational capillary plant requirements symbiont requirements cation exchange & available minerals
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Unformatted text preview: F. How salt affects plants II. Water movement in an entire plant A. overall pattern B. root pressure C. capillarity 1. adhesion 2. cohesion D. cohesion-tension theory E. guttation hydathodes V. Photosynthate (sugars) movement in a plant Pressure-Flow/Bulk Flow/Mass Flow hypothesis source cells phloem-loading sink VI. Mineral nutrition A. essential elements B. macronutrients C. micronutrients D. deficiencies E. how are they brought in cation exchange...
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