Mineral elements

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    How can K be immobile? K is a mobile element since it is transported from the senescent leaves to the juvenile leaves. Please explain.

  • You are correct, potassium is moving, but at the same time, it can be changed to an immobile form easily. Among the elements than can be easily immobilised Potassium is one of them.

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