Elements on their journey from the soil to plants
Elementi na putu od zemljišta do biljaka
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Elements, as inorganic components in plants, with only 3% of total plant mass, are very important and, mostly essential for numerous metabolic functions. Plant uptake of the elements occurs mainly from the soil by root system, less with upper plant parts (flowers, leaves, steams...) and from that reason there is a very significant relation between those compartments, soil and plants. All the processes between, such as chemical, physical as well as biological too, are influenced by various factors and have to be (and definitely are) in a positive or negative correlations, all in order of accomplishing the plant living cycle.
Source:Hemijski pregled, 2006, 47, 3, 57-61
- Srpsko hemijsko društvo, Beograd