Still some missing in all lists so far, so here's the complete list in no order other than macro- and micro-nutrients.
Macro-nutrients: Calcium, Hydrogen, Carbon, Magnesium, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, Potassium and Sulphur.
Micro-nutrients: Boron, Iron, Chlorine, Nickel, Copper, Manganese, Molybdenum, Zinc.
As I have written many times and in the stickies, there are 17 nutrients, 13 of which are minerals. The above lists exactly are in Glass, Hiscock and Walstad and other sources. The deficiency info on Mongabay is not bad but it isn't as simple as that.
I am not aware of any manufactured aquarium plant fertilizer that has all of the above nutrients (thinking of the minerals). Some come from tap water, some from fish food, hydrogen is obviously just the water, some like carbon, nitrogen, oxygen naturally occur from fish and biological processes. And it may be that a couple are so minimal as to be irrelevant; I know of no fert that contains nickel, so either it must occur in tap water (?) or perhaps is not essential in the grand scheme.