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{{Element | name=Phosphorus | symbol=P | anumber=15 | amass=31.0 amu | noe=15 | class=Non-metal | cstructure=Monoclinic | color=White | date=1669 | discname=[[Hennig Brand]] | origname=From the Greek words ''phôs'' (light) and ''phoros'' (bearer) | uses=Fertilizers, detergents| obtained=phosphate rock}}
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'''Phosphorus''' is a highly reactive chemical element and an important [[nutrient]] for all forms of life.  It is a vital component of [[DNA]] and [[ATP]].
  
A highly reactive chemical element and an important [[nutrient]] for all forms of life.  It is a vital component of [[DNA]] and [[ATP]].
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==See also==
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* [[List of gardening topics]]
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* [[Permaculture]] - Permanent agriculture
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* [[Soil fertility]] - [[nitrogen]], phosphorus, [[potassium]]
  
{{Element | name=Phosphorus | symbol=P | anumber=15 | amass=31.0 amu | noe=15 | class=Non-metal | cstructure=Monoclinic | color=White | date=1669 | discname=[[Hennig Brand]] | origname=From the Greek words ''phôs'' (light) and ''phoros'' (bearer) | uses=Fertilizers, detergents| obtained=phosphate rock}}
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==References==
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[[Category:Botany]]
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[[Category:Biology]]
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[[Category:Agriculture]]
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[[Category:Farmers]]
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[[Category:Sustainable Agriculture]]
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[[Category:Permaculture]]
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[[Category:Plants]]
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Phosphorus
Name Phosphorus
Symbol P
Atomic number 15
Atomic mass 31.0 amu
Classification Non-metal
Crystal structure Monoclinic
Color White
Date of discovery 1669
Name of discoverer Hennig Brand
Name origin From the Greek words phôs (light) and phoros (bearer)
Uses Fertilizers, detergents
Obtained from phosphate rock

Phosphorus is a highly reactive chemical element and an important nutrient for all forms of life. It is a vital component of DNA and ATP.

See also

References