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Nitogen Cycle

Bella Nat 4

What do plants need Nitrate for? To make Protein
What do plants and animals need protein to be able to do? Grow and repair.
Where do animals get their protein from? By eating plants or another animal.
What form of Nitrogen can plants absorb through their roots? Nitrate
What is the name for the chemical which can be added to fields to make the soil more fertile? Fertiliser.
What are the 3 important elements found in chemical fertilisers? Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium.
What is the chemical symbol for Potassium K
What is the chemical symbol for Phosphorous P
What is the chemical symbol for Nitrogen N
What is the normal order that symbols for the 3 elements in Fertilisers are written? NPK
What do plants need Nitogen for? Growth of Leaves and shoots
What do plants need Phosphorous for? Growth of roots
What do plants need Potassium for? Growth of flowers and fruit
Created by: nscobie