Calcium is very important for you're bones....phosphorous is for intelligence and memory.
All three are important life-giving cycles. Every living organism needs water, carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorous to survive.and al play a very important role as well.
Phosphorous is an element. Here are some sentences.We studied phosphorous in science class today.Phosphorous ignites if you put it into water.Phosphorous is an interesting element.
Phosphorous is in period three
Plants get phosphorous from light.
The phosphorous cycle is important to humans because without phosphorous in plants, they wouldn't be able to grow because they wouldn't be able to produce the ATP needed for them to grow. Without plants the entire food chain would fall apart and the entire worlds population would die. In other words without the phosphorous cycle life on earth would not be possible. Phosphorous is also found in cell membranes and in animals/humans teeth. And phosphorous wouldn't be made without the phosphorous cycle.
Phosphorous is a non-metal.
Phosphorous has 15 protons
Phosphorous is indispensable for plants.
PCl3 has the IUPAC name phosphorous trichloride. It is formed from the phosphorous (III) atom, so it is also called phosphorous (III) chloride and phosphorous chloride.
Phosphorous is often a limiting factor in environments because plants need phosphorous to maintain their cellular biology. If there is insufficient phosphorous, plants will be stunted or not grow at all. If there is too much phosphorous, plants also have a difficult time or won't grow. Phosphorous uptake is not something that plants can control with certainty, and phosphorous could be a limiting nutrient in a given area under study. Use the link to the Wikipedia article on phosphorous and see what is posted on phosphorous and biology.
Plants need phosphorous for protein
In Phosphorous There Are 15 Electrons in an atom of it
The crystal structure of phosphorous is monoclinic.
Also phosphorous is the ion (PO3)3-.
Phosphorous has 15 protons.
Carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorous and sulfur.
Phosphorus is an element. Phosphorus has many allotropes the most important ones are white and red .
The most important components are nitrogen, potassium, phosphorous, calcium and some microelements.
Important chemical elements in oranges: potassium, calcium, phosphorous. Important vitamins in oranges: A, C, B9 (folic acid).
Phosphorous (P) is a non metal.
The minerals that are important for the health are 1)Calcium 2)Phosphorous 3)Magnesium 4)Iron
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Sulphur.