The macronutrient which is an essential component of all organic compounds

The Macronutrient Which Is An Essential Component Of All Organic Biology Question

The macronutrient which is an essential component of all organic compounds, yet not obtained by plants from soil is


(a) nitrogen
(b) carbon
(c) phosphorus
(d) magnesium

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Topics: Transport and Nutrition in Plants (165)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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