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Discussion Forum : Biology - Section 1 (Q.No. 5)
Plants receive their nutrients mainly from
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Patrick Bateman said:   4 months ago
What is Transpiration? Please explain about it.

NWALA JOY said:   6 years ago
I thought it is sunlight.

Ogunmola Ibrahim said:   6 years ago
Plants gets their food from soil through the process of photosynthesis.

Ankita said:   5 years ago
Soil is the answer because plants recieves nutrients and minerals from the soil which help in their growth and development.

Suganya said:   3 years ago
What is this?

Hana Addisu said:   5 months ago
Very nice.

Sunilrawat said:   9 years ago
Soil have water and other nutrients which are necessary for growth and there are easily available form other natural sources.

Abhishek said:   9 years ago
The plants get more nutrients from the soil as there is water and minerals.

Shweta soni said:   9 years ago
Plants have the base of birth from soil so they have originally grown due to available nutrients in soil that's why soil is the main nutrient supplier to the plants and other sources like light, temp, and chlorophyll are the helping hands of plants to grow.

D.d. singh said:   9 years ago
Because nitrogen which is an important mineral is available in the soil in the form of nitric acid.

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