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 How Plants Move Water to Leaves?

Answer Plants are 85 percent water, yet only the roots have ready access to the water in the soil. There are various biological mechanisms in plants that allow for vertical movement of water. These mechan... Read More »
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Do plants lose water through their leaves?

Plants have small cell openings called stomates on the surface of their leaves that release water into the atmosphere. As the water evaporates out of the leaf, it draws more water up from the roots... Read More »
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Will excessive amount of water cause tomato plants to have wilted looking leaves?

Tomato plants produce wilted-looking leaves because of the lack of water, not an excess. When the soil dries out, the leaves begin to wilt. Watering the tomato plants should revive the leaves. Exce... Read More »
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What is used in plants to help water to move through plant tissues?

As water evaporates out of the plant through transpiration, the loss of water in the leaves causes an upward pull on the water in the xylem. This pressure, combined with water's natural cohesion, d... Read More »
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Flowering Plants With Leaves That Resemble Small Hollyhock Leaves?

The common hollyhock, a staple of cottage gardens, is known botanically as Alcea rosea. It is a tall biennial plant, grown for its showy single (five petals) or double flowers in shades of white, y... Read More »
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