EXPLAIN HOW WATER CAN MOVE THROUGH THE ENDODERMIS

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1) APOPLAST PATHWAY

-theory states that the water moves

-from one cell to another

-via cellulose cell walls

-Even though the cellulose cell wall is water impermeable

- water filles spaces are present

- between the cellulose fibres

-This movement of water is dependent on the cohesive forces

- and is independent of water potential

- These cohesive forces take place between…

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