Plant nutrition is the study of the compounds and of the chemical elements that are required for their external supply and also required for plant growth and metabolism. Since plants remain at the base of the food chain the mineral supplements are absorbed by plants unavoidably discover their way into the issue that makes up all animals, including humans. Plant nutrition is generally divided in two parts such as natural nutrition and inorganic nutrition. Organic nutrition emphasizes on the production of carbon compounds but particularly with the production of hydrogen, carbon and oxygen through the process of photosynthesis, while inorganic nutrition deals with the obtaining of mineral components from the soil.
• Plant nutrient sources
• Minerals required by plants
• Modes of nutrition
• Consumer trends and nutritional behaviors
• Vegetarian and other dietary systems
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