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Sugar water has some of the nutrients that is important in a plants life cycle. On the other hand, salt water, actually slowly kills the plant, therefore it has no nutrients t…hat the plant absorbs and needs for a healthy lifestyle. But overall, tap water or filtered water are very good for a plant!
well sugar will not kill it but salt will.
What happens is that the higher concentration of salt in the soil outside of the plant cells causes water to move outside of the cells (osmosis) to try and equalize the concen…tration. Root cells die and, if bad enough, the plant will die. The damage gives the plant a burnt look- often on the leaf edges first. The same thing happens with too much of any mineral. Some types of plants can tolerate higher levels of salt and not be damaged. Their cells have a high concentration of salt already in them, so the water doesn't move out.
Salt is not better than sugar for a plant. In almost every case, salt will eventually kill a plant while sugar is sometimes used in plant food.
It does not help in large doses but in minute doses it might work. Try doing it on marigolds.
Both plants and animals use oxygen in their body chemistry. Animals exhale carbon dioxide. Plants give off mostly oxygen during the daylight hours when photosynthesis occu…rs, but excrete carbon dioxide at night.
Sugar will give the flower a boost but to mach will kill it so put only half a cup
In plants, sugar is stored in the form of starch. Oxygen is not stored within the plant and is instead released into the atmosphere.
If both are dissolved in water completely then none of them can be separated, but if they are not completely dissolved then sugar can easily separated than salt. Filtration w…ould not effect a separation of sugar and salt from a solution of both.
They come out of the top thru the process of hydrogonicmonoxisity
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What biochemical process is responsible for plants absorption of oxygen and production of carbon dioxide?
In Animal Life
It is because sodium loses the outermost electron to gain stability while oxygen gains to electrons to gain stability.