If there isn't enough magnesium, the plant will not grow to its full potential, and the yield will not be as great as it could be. So to answer the question -
"Explain why the mass of magnesium available to the plants affects the yield of grain"...
The mass of the magnesium affects the yield of grain as by not having a sufficient amount means that the yield wont be as strong, healthy etc.
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magnesium is essential to the formation of chlorophyll in. in magnesium deficiency the plant will not form as much as chlorophyll and therefore is smaller the number able to capture the energy from the sun
Phosphorus is indispensable for plants.
Magnesium is the soft reactive low density metallic element that is important for healthy plant growth. It is a crucial component of chlorophyll, which is responsible for photosynthesis in plants. Magnesium also plays a role in enzyme activation, cell membrane stability, and nutrient transportation within plants.
Well the main difference between the two is that they are totally different compounds. Magnesium sulfate has derivatives of sulfur and oxygen when magnesisum chloride is a derivitive of chlorine. Magnesium sulfate has a polyatomic ion (sulfate); magnesium chloride is made of a cation and an anion. In the magnesium sulfate, the magnesium and the sulfate ion cancel the charges so the both have a charge of 0. In magnesium chloride, the magnesium cation has a charge of 0 while the chloride anion has a charge of 2-.As for the uses of salts in agriculture, MgSO4 is often encountered as the heptahydrate epsomite (MgSO4·7H2O), commonly called Epsom salt. In agriculture and gardening, magnesium sulfate is used to correct magnesium deficiency in soil, since magnesium is an essential element in the chorophyll molecule. It is most commonly applied to potted plants, or to magnesium-hungry crops, such as potatoes, roses, tomatoes, peppers and cannabis. The advantage of magnesium sulfate over other magnesium soil amendments (such as dolomitic lime) is its high solubility.As for the magnesium chloride, its uses include using for dust and erosion control and for experimenting anti lipid effects in animals.
The salt takes away all of the water from the plants. This makes it difficult for them to thrive in that area.
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Magnesium is a vital component in a chlorophyll molecule. if there isn't enough magnesium available to the plant it will synthesis ineffective pigment and so it won't be able to photosynthesis to meet it's energy demands.
nitrogen, magnesium, iron...
magnesium the mineral used by plants to produce chlorophyll which is needed in order for photosynthesis to take place.
Humans need magnesium because it helps maintains the normal nerve and muscle function and keeps the heart rhythm steady. Magnesium is used by plants to produce chlorophyll.
As magnesium is only a trace element adding it to house plants will not significantly improve their health or vigor
it affects it because they are plants
Th weather in singapore affects the way the plants grow so only plants which can survive the heat (e.g.plants)
In summer, growing plants remove magnesium ions from the soil to make chlorophyll. In autumn, these plants release magnesium when they die and decompose. In spring, new plants will grow in this same area.
magnesium. we have iron in our hemoglobin, and plants have a similar shaped molecule with magnesium in the same location, called chlorophyll