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Chapter 25 Opener. In-Text Art, Ch. 25, p. 522. Figure 25.1 Mineral Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms. Figure 25.2 Nickel Is an Essential Element for Plants. Figure 25.2 Nickel Is an Essential Element for Plants (Part 1). Figure 25.2 Nickel Is an Essential Element for Plants (Part 2).

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Chapter 25 opener

Chapter 25 Opener


In text art ch 25 p 522

In-Text Art, Ch. 25, p. 522


Figure 25 1 mineral nutrient deficiency symptoms

Figure 25.1 Mineral Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms


Figure 25 2 nickel is an essential element for plants

Figure 25.2 Nickel Is an Essential Element for Plants


Figure 25 2 nickel is an essential element for plants part 1

Figure 25.2 Nickel Is an Essential Element for Plants (Part 1)


Figure 25 2 nickel is an essential element for plants part 2

Figure 25.2 Nickel Is an Essential Element for Plants (Part 2)


Figure 25 3 a soil profile

Figure 25.3 A Soil Profile


Figure 25 4 ion exchange

Figure 25.4 Ion Exchange


Figure 25 4 ion exchange1

Figure 25.4 Ion Exchange


Figure 25 5 roots send signals for colonization

Figure 25.5 Roots Send Signals for Colonization


Figure 25 5 roots send signals for colonization1

Figure 25.5 Roots Send Signals for Colonization


Figure 25 5 roots send signals for colonization part 1

Figure 25.5 Roots Send Signals for Colonization (Part 1)


Figure 25 5 roots send signals for colonization part 2

Figure 25.5 Roots Send Signals for Colonization (Part 2)


Figure 25 5 roots send signals for colonization part 3

Figure 25.5 Roots Send Signals for Colonization (Part 3)


Apply the concept ch 25 p 527

Apply the Concept, Ch. 25, p. 527


Figure 25 6 nitrogenase fixes nitrogen

Figure 25.6 Nitrogenase Fixes Nitrogen


Figure 25 6 nitrogenase fixes nitrogen1

Figure 25.6 Nitrogenase Fixes Nitrogen


Figure 25 7 nutrients from other organisms

Figure 25.7 Nutrients from Other Organisms


Figure 25 7 nutrients from other organisms part 1

Figure 25.7 Nutrients from Other Organisms (Part 1)


Figure 25 7 nutrients from other organisms part 2

Figure 25.7 Nutrients from Other Organisms (Part 2)


Figure 25 8 water potential solute potential and pressure potential

Figure 25.8 Water Potential, Solute Potential, and Pressure Potential


Figure 25 8 water potential solute potential and pressure potential1

Figure 25.8 Water Potential, Solute Potential, and Pressure Potential


Figure 25 8 water potential solute potential and pressure potential part 1

Figure 25.8 Water Potential, Solute Potential, and Pressure Potential (Part 1)


Figure 25 8 water potential solute potential and pressure potential part 2

Figure 25.8 Water Potential, Solute Potential, and Pressure Potential (Part 2)


Figure 25 9 a wilted plant

Figure 25.9 A Wilted Plant


Figure 25 9 a wilted plant1

Figure 25.9 A Wilted Plant


Figure 25 10 ion transport into plant cells

Figure 25.10 Ion Transport into Plant Cells


Figure 25 10 ion transport into plant cells1

Figure 25.10 Ion Transport into Plant Cells


Figure 25 11 apoplast and symplast

Figure 25.11 Apoplast and Symplast


Figure 25 11 apoplast and symplast1

Figure 25.11 Apoplast and Symplast


Figure 25 11 apoplast and symplast part 1

Figure 25.11 Apoplast and Symplast (Part 1)


Figure 25 11 apoplast and symplast part 2

Figure 25.11 Apoplast and Symplast (Part 2)


Figure 25 12 the transpiration cohesion tension mechanism

Figure 25.12 The Transpiration–Cohesion–Tension Mechanism


Figure 25 12 the transpiration cohesion tension mechanism1

Figure 25.12 The Transpiration–Cohesion–Tension Mechanism


Figure 25 13 stomata regulate gas exchange and transpiration

Figure 25.13 Stomata Regulate Gas Exchange and Transpiration


Figure 25 13 stomata regulate gas exchange and transpiration1

Figure 25.13 Stomata Regulate Gas Exchange and Transpiration


Figure 25 13 stomata regulate gas exchange and transpiration part 1

Figure 25.13 Stomata Regulate Gas Exchange and Transpiration (Part 1)


Figure 25 13 stomata regulate gas exchange and transpiration part 2

Figure 25.13 Stomata Regulate Gas Exchange and Transpiration (Part 2)


Apply the concept ch 25 p 534

Apply the Concept, Ch. 25, p. 534


In text art ch 25 p 535 1

In-Text Art, Ch. 25, p. 535 (1)


In text art ch 25 p 535 11

In-Text Art, Ch. 25, p. 535 (1)


In text art ch 25 p 535 2

In-Text Art, Ch. 25, p. 535 (2)


In text art ch 25 p 535 21

In-Text Art, Ch. 25, p. 535 (2)


Figure 25 14 the pressure flow model

Figure 25.14 The Pressure Flow Model


Figure 25 14 the pressure flow model1

Figure 25.14 The Pressure Flow Model


Figure 25 15 conservation tillage

Figure 25.15 Conservation Tillage


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