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can someone pls explain (n i mean explain) the effect of nitrate ion and magnesium ion deficiency on plant growth


proteins....well they are used for repairing worn out cells and for producing new cells?

chlorophyll....it'll be able to photosynthesise less and therefore produce less food?

N can u tell me how a plant looks if it's deficient in magnesium ions


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