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Explain the uptake of mineral salts by plants

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10 months, 28 days ago

plants require mineral salts for metabolism and proper functioning of their bodies
mineral salts are taken up from the soil into the root hairs in form of solution by active
transport which requires energy
active transport involves substances called carriers taken up together with water and are then carried to the stems and leaves
the main process involved in uptake and movement of mineral salts is active transport
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