Unlike vitamins, minerals are a. needed in small amounts b. nutrients c. provided by food d. inorganic

Unlike vitamins, minerals are
a. needed in small amounts
b. nutrients
c. provided by food
d. inorganic

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  1. C. needed in small amounts.

    Minerals are also needed for the body although this should be taken in a very controlled amounts only.
    Minerals and vitamins combined form the micro-nutrients of the body.
    With micronutrients, only relatively little amount of nutrients is required to improve health. They are usually in milligram and microgram amounts and are enough to sustain to the metabolism and growth supplication. On the other hand, macronutrients are those that need large portions and quantities such as carbohydrates, fats and proteins. We need more of these to be converted to energy for movement and muscle growth. 

  2. ans.

    gregor john mendel is known for study of inheritance in pea plants. he used garden pea plant for his study, having alternative traits for various characters. he performed cross-breeding in pea plants to check how characters are transmitted between parents to offspring, such as cross between pure tall and pure dwarf plant. mendel studied the inheritance patterns in pea plants for various generations.

    thus, the correct answer includes options and f).

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