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macronutrients : required in relatively large amounts "big six": carbon hydrogen oxygen nitrogen phosphorous sulfur other macronutrients: potassium calcium iron magnesium micronutrients : required in very small amounts, (but still necessary) boron (green plants) copper (some enzymes) molybdenum (nitrogen-fixing bacteria)

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