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Unformatted text preview: lt: Bulk flow from "source" to "sink" . Source Sink Plant Nutrition and Soils Plant Chapter 29: Plant Nutrients: (P. 684-687; 646-647) 684-687 17 elements essential to plants. Many are available to plants as ions. ions. Big 3: Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen. Carbon, Macronutrients (Excluding C, H, O): >1000mg/Kg dry weight. Nitrogen Nitrogen Sulfur Calcium Calcium Phosphorous Potassium Potassium Magnesium Magnesium Functions: See P. 687; 648. Hydroponic Plant Hydroponic nutrient deficiency experiment Plant Micronutrients (p. 684-687; 646-647) 646-647 Plant Occur in trace amounts (P.P.M.) Iron Copper Copper Zinc Manganese Manganese Chlorine Molybdenum Molybdenum Boron Nickel Boron Nickel In some sp: Also Sodium & Cobalt. In Functions of Plant nutrients: p. 687; 646. Functions 687 The Soil The (p. 686-691; 649-653) 649-653 Weathering of Earth's crust: raw Weathering materials for soil formation. materials Igneous rocks. Metamorphic rocks. Rock Types: Sedimentary rocks. Components of The Soil Mineral (inorganic) particles. Organic matter. Pore spaces. Mineral particles. Pore spaces The 3 Primary Soil Horizons The (p. 689; 650) (p. 650 A Horizon Organic-rich topsoil, Organic-rich organisms. organisms B Horizon Weathered: Weathered: accumulation of clays; chemical transformations. transformations. C Horizon Unweathered. Bedrock Soil Mineral Particles (p.689; 652) 652 Sand (course particles): 20-2000 micrometers diameter. Silt (medium particles): Silt 2-20 micro...
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