Flashcards For NEET Biology - Mineral Nutrition

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Mineral Nutrition
Hydroponics Julius Von Sachs

Growing plants in nutrient solution (soil-free)

Macronutrients Present in excess of 10 mmole/kg of dry wt.

C, H, O, N, P, K, S, Ca, Mg

N requirement is the greatest

Micronutrients Less than 10 mmole/kg of dry wt.

Fe, Mn, Cu, Mo, Zn, B, Cl, Ni

Fe is required the most

Elements that activate enzymes Mg2+ – RuBisCO and PEP carboxylase

Zn2+ – Alcohol dehydrogenase, carboxylase

Mo – Nitrogenase, nitrate reductase

Fe3+ – Catalase

Potassium Present in abundant quantities in meristematic tissues, buds, leaves and root tips

Plays role in opening and closing of stomata, protein synthesis, ionic balance, enzyme activation and turgidity

Calcium Calcium pectate in the middle lamella of cell wall

Mitotic spindle formation

Gets accumulated in older leaves and not remobilised

Sulphur Amino acids- cysteine and methionine

Thiamine, biotin, coenzyme-A, ferredoxin

Iron Absorbed as Fe3+

Electron transport proteins- ferredoxin, cytochromes

Formation of chlorophyll

Manganese Absorbed as Mg2+

Splitting of water during photosynthesis

Zinc Absorbed as Zn2+

Synthesis of auxin

Activation of carboxylases, alcohol dehydrogenase

Boron Absorbed as BO33- and B4O72-

Required for Ca2+ uptake and utilisation

Pollen germination, cell elongation and differentiation

Carbohydrate translocation

Molybdenum Absorbed as MoO22+

Plays role in nitrogen metabolism

Chlorine Absorbed as Cl

Required for ionic balance and splitting of water to liberate oxygen during photosynthesis

Actively mobile elements Na, K, Mg

Deficiency symptoms first in older tissues

Immobile elements Ca, S

Deficiency symptoms first in younger tissues

Chlorosis Loss of chlorophyll and yellowing of leaves

Due to deficiency of N, K, Mg, S, Fe, Mn, Zn and Mo

Necrosis Death of tissue

Due to deficiency of Ca, Mg, Cu, K

Inhibition of cell division Due to deficiency of N, K, S
Delay in flowering Due to deficiency of N, S, Mo
Manganese toxicity Chlorotic veins surrounded by brown spots

Induces deficiency of Fe, Mg and Ca

Nitrification Ammonia to nitrite (NO2) by Nitromonas, Nitococcus

Nitrite to nitrate (NO3) by Nitrobacter

Denitrification Nitrate is reduced to nitrogen by Pseudomonas, Thiobacillus
Biological nitrogen fixation Atmospheric nitrogen is converted to ammonia by nitrogenase enzymes
Free-living nitrogen fixers Aerobic- Azotobacter and Beijernickia

Anaerobic- Rhodospirillum

Cyanobacteria- Anabaena, Nostoc

Symbiotic nitrogen fixers Rhizobium- in the root nodules of legumes, e.g. alfalfa, beans, peas, lentils, clover

Frankia- non-leguminous pleats, e.g. Alnus, Casuarina

Root nodule formation Initiation in the cortex of the root

Requires 8 ATP molecules per molecule of ammonia produced

Energy is derived from respiration of host cells

Nitrogenase Present in root nodules

Mo-Fe protein, oxygen sensitive enzyme

Converts atmospheric nitrogen to ammonia

Leghaemoglobin Gives distinct pink colour to root nodules

Acts as a scavenger of oxygen and reduces free oxygen in root nodules for nitrogenase activity

Maintains high oxygen concentration bound to it for aerobic respiration

Utilisation of ammonia Amination- Formation of glutamic acid from 𝛼-ketoglutarate. Enzyme involved is glutamate dehydrogenase

Transamination- Formation of other amino acids from glutamic acid

Transportation of nitrogen Mostly as amides- asparagine and glutamine through xylem

As ureides in soybean

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