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Plant Nutrition (Mineral Nutrition in Plants) - MCQs Quiz - 1
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Which one of the following is not an essential element for plants?
A facultative parasite is one which
always requires a living host
is normally a saprophyte but can also become a parasite
never requires a living host
none of these
A sulphur containing amino acid is
A trace element essential for plant growth and radioactive isotope which is used in cancer therapy is known as
A trace element is an element Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
is a radio active and can be traced by Geiger counter
is required in very minute amounts
draw other element out of protoplasm
was one of the first to be discovered in protoplasm
A trace element is that which is
Traced by Geiger counter
Discovered first in a cell
Required in minute quantities
Draws other elements out of protoplasm
Active transport from outside to inside of molecules across a membrane requires
Active transport of ions by the cell requires
All heterotrophs require environment which can provide
Nitrates in solution
Ammonium sulphate is
Angiosperm, to which the largest flowers belong, is
total stem parasite
partial stem parasite
total root parasite
partial root parasite
Bidirectional translocation of minerals take place in
Boron in green plants assists in
Activation of enzymes
Acting as enzyme cofactor
Brown heart disease is due to deficiency of
Carbon become available to crop plants in the form of
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