How does dry weather increase the rate of transpiration?

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Thankyou for the help!


Posted: 13-05-13 16:20 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

In low humidity (dry weather), there is much less water in the air, compared with the air spaces in the leaf. This means there will be a larger water potential gradient between the air spaces in the leaf and the air outside. So more water vapour diffuses out through the stomata, by transpiration.

Posted: 13-05-13 21:17 by Charlotte

Huh i dont know why it says i answered this because i would not ask the question if i knew the answer to it...

Dont know what happened there??

Posted: 14-05-13 16:41 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR