Monday, 26 July 2021

Abundant and cooperative for the environment nutrients

  Abundant and cooperative for the environment nutrients

 



 Water and minerals are given to the lilac, in return the lilac digests the food made by photosynthesis.  In its decade, how did her soils get the nutrients back?  (! Soil, so their amount in the soil is decreasing. Elements such as nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus in your compost ask your parents about the risk of fungus in the house. When we meet the nutrient requirements of the plant,  So these germs grow further.

 Now we can grow them and maintain their health.  You could say that we make things worse.  How can I stop it?  Crops usually live in abundance of nitrogen with few organisms and require habitat.  After harvesting, the soil becomes deficient in nitrogen.

 You have learned that the atmosphere becomes abundant and cooperative for nutrients, despite such amounts of nitrogen as plants, from carbon.  The relationship is called symbiosis (nitrogen bonding, because symbiotic drugs can utilize symbiotic dioxide).

 As such, fungi cannot use plants.  They are found on the roots in nitrogen soluble form.  The tree needs to provide nutrients to the fungus.  There are bacteria such as Rhizobium, which in turn can take up water from soil and atmospheric nitrogen from the fungus and help it obtain soluble nutrients.  This type of attachment can turn into a form.

 But Rhizobium itself.  Can't cook.  Therefore, it inhabits the roots of chlorophyll and other legumes in organisms such as chickpeas, peas, mugwort, valley lichen and is found with lilies and fungi.  The fungus inhabits, providing them with a supply of nitrogen.  The nutrition in most of the plants is very essential for the tree.


 Animals and many other organisms such as proteins, fats, vitamins



 In nutrition in plants you have studied that all organisms (auto=self, troph=nutrition) therefore require food for plants.  You have also learned that carbohydrates are called autotrophs.  Animals and many other organisms like proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals etc. have their own edible components from plants.  The components of these foods are absorbed by our body.

 They are called parasitic (heterotrophs) nutrients.  All living things need food.  Plants can make their own food, but animals and humans need to know that humans cannot.

 Why do they use plants or animals as food for our bodies?  Thus, like humans and animals, carbon dioxide, water is directly or indirectly dependent on plants.  And can't make food out of minerals?  Bhuvi wants to know that vegetable.

 Now, the question before us is where is the factory in the plant to make our food?  What makes food?  Does it occur in all parts of the plant or only in some parts?  Types of nutrition in plants Where do the raw materials come from?

 How these substances (types of nutrition in plants) are transported in plants to the food processing plant.  Plants are the only organisms that transport water, carbon dioxide.

 And makes its own food using minerals. Photosynthesis - Plants have food.  They are surrounded by the raw materials needed to make these foods.  ((PHOTOSYNTHESIS - FOOD MAKING) These nutrients are essential for the process in plants of organisms. The process of making food in plants found in the leaf is called nutrition. Hence, transporting all the raw materials there  falls and is absorbed.


 Gujarat State Secondary and Higher Secondary School Recruitment Selection

 


 It was published in the Gazette of the Government of Gujarat on 28 September 1973 and came into force on 13 December 1973.  The Gujarat Secondary Education Tribunal was then constituted in 1974.  In 1974 the same rules were put in place and education came into force as an exchange of education.  Let's discuss the songs.  Rules for the appointment of school principals and teachers: The rules for the appointment of school principals and teachers change from time to time.

 The following rules have been made by the Government of Gujarat for the selection of teachers and principals (registered private secondary and higher secondary schools) in accordance with the powers vested in section 35 of the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Act, 1972 (Gujarat 18).  After placing in primary, the state government gave importance to TET/TAT exam in the appointment of teachers.  Accordingly, the state government notification issued on 13-2-2011 has changed the rules for the selection of teachers and principals.

 The information about the recruitment rules as announced by the government is presented here.  Title: These rules shall be stated as follows.  Registered Private Secondary, Higher Secondary School Teachers and Headmasters (Selection Process) Rules-2015 Definition;  Definition of words in these rules - 'Sir Kar' means the Government of Gujarat.  ‘Registered Private Schools’ means non-government secondary and higher secondary schools which receive grants from the Government.

 'Selection Committee' means a committee constituted in accordance with Rule-3, 'Old Teacher' means a teacher who is employed in a registered private school, has five years' experience as a permanent teacher and is enrolled in another  .  Have applied for a new appointment in a private school.

 'Teacher Aptitude Test (TAT)' means Teacher Aptitude Test conducted by Gujarat Madhyamik and Board of Higher Secondary Education, Gandhinagar.  'Supplemental' means a supplement attached to these rules at the end.  Constitution of Selection Committee: A Selection Committee will be constituted which will be known as 'Gujarat State Secondary and Higher Secondary School Recruitment Selection Committee'.

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