Biology GCSE : Adaptation in Plants

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Plants take in roots through their roots in the soil. It moves up the plant and is lost through the leaves in the transportation stream. Plants lose water all the time through their leaves. There are small openings called stomata in the leaves of a plant. These open to allow gases in and out for photosynthesis and respiration. At the same time however, water is lost by evaporation.

Extension : Respiration Equation (you may need to know this!)

C6H12O6 + 6O2 --> 6CO2 + 6H2O


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