Figure 6. (A-D). Comparative dynamics (trend) of information function H(t) of the mineral composition for the tissues of roots, fruits (grain), stems and leaves. (A) and (B) – tomato grown on granite rubble (check experiment); (C) and (D) – wheat grown on granite rubble (test experiment). Content of chemical elements in the leaves of wheat we have not explored. —— roots (1), · · · leaves (2), – · – · – stems (3), — — reproductive organs (fruits, grains) (4). (E, F). Comparative dynamics (trend) of information function ?(t) of the mineral composition of the tissues of roots, fruits (grain), stems and leaves. (E) – tomatoes were grown on the original zeolite until twelve vegetation period; (F) – wheat grown after tomato on zeolite until twenty third vegetation period. We have not investigated the content of chemical elements in the leaves of wheat. —— roots (1), · · · leaves (2), – · – · – stems (3), — — reproductive organs (fruits, grains) (4)