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Definition of transpiration?
The movement/loss of water, from the soil to into the leaves, and out of the leaves via the stomata.
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Eplain the xylem?
Tube that carries the water--> Stomata. Water absorbed through root hair. Water moves to xylem by OSMOSIS. Xylem--> leaves--> evapouration.
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Eplain the Phloem?
Along side the xylem. TRANSLOCATION= Sugar transportated from the leaves to growing tissue. Contains sieve plates.
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Is it the xylem or phloem thats made from living tissue/cells?
Phloem.
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Evapouration of water is faster in what conditions?
Hot. Dry. Windy.
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(To prevent wiliting Stomata closes) If the stomatas closed, what can't take place?
Photosynthesis.
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Where are most of the stomata on a leaf?
Bottom of leaf, unless a water plant.
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Eplain the xylem?

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Tube that carries the water--> Stomata. Water absorbed through root hair. Water moves to xylem by OSMOSIS. Xylem--> leaves--> evapouration.

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Eplain the Phloem?

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Is it the xylem or phloem thats made from living tissue/cells?

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Evapouration of water is faster in what conditions?

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