None of them. They are complex biological structures.
Plants and some protist can form (synthesis) a compound from simpler compounds or elements.
Answer Yes, clay helps plants as clay contains many elements and compounds in clay are useful for plants life.
There are far more than 3 elements found in plants and animals in the biosphere. The elements that are found in the greatest number of biological compounds are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen.
They are recycled either back into more biological materials or back into their constituent elements (or compounds of these elements).
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur = "CHONPS"
Many plants contain compounds sensible to pH; blackberry juice is red in acidic solutions and blue-violet in basic solutions.
Sugars consist of the elements carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Plants produce sugar from those elements absorbed by their leaves and roots from carbon compounds and water, and with the help of chlorophyll as a catalyst.
when animals eat plants,they get nitrogen compounds that their bodies need.plants do not make these nitrogen compounds. so from where do plants get their nitrogen compounds/ from the air
Nitrogen and phosporus
Fertiliziers are chemical compounds having macro- and micro elements required by the plants for carrying out different biochemical reactions that give nourishment and results into growth.
Compounds synthesized by plants that have the potential to be used by humans for a variety of applications.
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Plants can synthesize organic compounds from inorganic compounds like CO2 & H2O. Animals depend for their biological energy on organic compounds prepared by plants.
The compounds that plants use in photosynthesis to make carbohydrates are - ATP, NADPH and CO2
Nitrogen is needed by plants and they get it from the soil in compounds that contain the nitrogen.
Proteins. Proteins are the organic compounds for which information must be encoded in DNA for green plants to synthesize to other compounds.
There are plenty of elements in plants such as carbon. Oxygen is also another very important element found in plants.
Plants synthesize organic compounds as primary producers and animals depend on these compounds for their energy needs.
Yes. Vascular plants can absorb nitrogen compounds such as nitrates from the soil on their own.What plants can't do on their own is fix nitrogen from the air into nitrogen compounds. Some plants including legumes (such as peas, beans, lupins) and casuarinas form symbioses with nitrogen-fixing bacteria to form nitrogen into nitrogen compounds.
These compounds are known as photosynthetic pigments.
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Green plants convert carbon dioxide and water into food compounds, ... Plants and animals, in turn, convert the food compounds by combining it with oxygen ...
Some Bacteria fix nitrogen from the air and give it to plants, others degrade complex organic compound into inorganic elements which are taken by the plants; in return plants synthesize organic compounds used by bacteria for energy. Bacteria associated with plants to fix nitrogen and benefited by the plants for space and energy are called symbiotic bacteria.
They help plants produce sunlight from sun