Topic: Plant Transport Subtopic: Mineral salts enter the roots
How minerals salts are taken up?
Answer: Some mineral salts enter the roots by a simple process known as diffusion. Due to opposite concentration difference, some minerals move up the roots by a process known as active transport. Diffusion and active transport are opposite to each other.
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