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Transpiration in Plants

Transpiration in Plants

It also allows plants to draw water from the root through the xylem to the leaf. Water is constantly lost through transpiration from the leaf. When one water molecule is lost another is pulled along by the processes of cohesion and tension. ... Any use of water in leaves forces water to move into them.

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