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Availability of nutrients as a function of pH
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Registered: January 2008
Location: Vista, CA
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Thu February 7, 2008 2:08am

The graph points out that when plants evolve in a certain environment, they develop an affinity for a particular distribution of minerals. For example, a plant that evolves in a somewhat alkaline environment is not accustom to a lot of phosphorus. Conversely, a plant from an acidic environment is agast at the paucity of phosphorous in the alkaline environment.

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