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  • What are you doing with that can, Grandpa?
  • This is fertilizer, Charlie. I'm going to spray the roses so they can grow nice and strong.
  • It doesn't seem to be doing anything. How does spraying some liquid on the roses help them grow?
  • I know someone who can answer that for you.
  • Stranded in the forest and you don't know how to start a fire using only wood? Have no fear, Phospho-X is here. The part of a matchbox that the match is struck upon is made from red phosphorus. Just hand him a branch and you'll have a fire in no time.
  • Phospho-X is never stuck in the dark. He is made up of the three types of phosphorus. Part of him is white phosphorus, which emits a greenish glow when exposed to oxygen.
  • If he reaches a crime scene, and someone has broken a bone or is even missing a few teeth, Phospho-X will make them good as new. He produces phosphates which are found in all over the body and in some foods and drinks like dairy products.
  • Phospho-X can use his black phosphorus as a semiconductor. He can defibrillate people during CPR, and he can also turn devices on and off by conducting electricity or some sort of energy.
  • That's cool...but I still don't know how fertilizer helps the roses.
  • Sorry, I got carried away. Plants can get very weak if they are lacking nutrients, especially phosphorus. It helps the plants in the conversion their nutrients into solid parts to strengthen its stem, roots, etc.
  • Looks like my work here is done.
  • So phosphorus helps plants the same way it helps me, by converting my nutrients so I can grow.
  • Yeah, pretty much.
  • Phosphorus - Element information, properties and uses | Periodic Table. (n.d.). Retrieved February 13, 2017, from Rhoades, H. (2016, November 27). The Function Of Phosphorus In Plants And The Garden. Retrieved February 13, 2017, from ers/phosphorus-plant-growth.htm Winter, M. (n.d.). Phosphorus: the essentials. Retrieved February 13, 2017, from
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  • Esther Owusu Banahene // SNC1D1-03 // Monday, February 13, 2017
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