PLANT GROWTH RELATED TO WATER QUALITY WITH REFERENCES TO MAKODA AREAS, GWALIOR, M.P. (INDIA)

Abstract

Water pollution is an issue that involves every living thing, for we are all dependent on water to survive. Pollution can have the strongest effects on plant life; Pollution can also alter the pH of water, making it more acidic or more alkaline. Many species of plants thrive only in certain conditions, and a large shift in pH can kill them off or stunt their growth.

Keywords: leaf chlorosis, reduced root growth and decay, stunted shoot growth and translocation of carbohydrates.

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