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P, S, cations & micr

For 330 P, S, cations and micronutrients vocab

TermDefinition
Essential cations Cations required in large amounts by plants including potassium, calcium, and magnesium.
Eutrophic Nutrient-rich.
Macronutrients Nutrients that are required in large quantities by organisms.
Micronutrients Nutrients that are required in small quantities by organisms.
Nutrient limitation Limitation of plant growth due to insufficient supply of a nutrient.
Occluded phosphorus Unavailable phosphate that is most tightly bound to oxides of iron and aluminum.
Oligotrophic Nutrient-poor.
Oxisols Soil order found in the wet tropics characterized by highly weathered, leached soils with low phosphorus availability.
Phosphatase Enzyme that hydrolyzes phosphate from organic compounds; includes phytase, which hydrolyzes phytate.
Phosphate Inorganic chemical and an ester of phosphoric acid; synonomous with organophosphate, orthophophate.
Phytate A saturated cyclic acid that stores phosphorus in many plant and fungal tissues; synonomus with phytic acid, inositol polyphosphate,
Stoichiomety Calculated amounts of reactants and products involved in balanced chemical equations.
Ultisols Soil order characterized by substantial leaching in a warm, humid environment with limited phosphorus availability.
Stoichiomety Calculated amounts of reactants and products involved in balanced chemical equations.
Ultisols Soil order characterized by substantial leaching in a warm, humid environment with limited phosphorus availability.
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