B3 1.9 Transpiration

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    • Transpiration is more rapid in hot, dry, windy or bright conditions.
    • The loss of water vapour from the surface of plant leaves is known as transpiration.
    • Water is lost through the stomata, which are opened and closed to let in carbon dioxide for photosynthesis.

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