The root and shoot systems of plants are dependent on each other. Which statement best describes the specific roles that the shoot and root systems perform?

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The shoots create macromolecules using energy from sunlight, whereas the roots absorb water, CO2, and minerals such as N, P, and K from the soil.

The shoots obtain CO2 as well as minerals such as N, P, and K from the atmosphere and create macromolecules using energy from sunlight, whereas the roots absorb water from the soil.

The shoots obtain CO2 from the atmosphere and create macromolecules using energy from sunlight, whereas the roots absorb water as well as minerals such as N, P, and K from the soil.

The shoots obtain CO2 and water from the atmosphere and create macromolecules using energy from sunlight, whereas the roots absorb water and minerals such as N, P, and K from the soil.

 

asked Dec 29, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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The shoots obtain CO2 from the atmosphere and create macromolecules using energy from sunlight, whereas the roots absorb water as well as minerals such as N, P, and K from the soil.

 

answered Dec 29, 2012 by anonymous



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