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How Does Transpiration Help in the Uptake of Water from the Soil? - ICSE Class 8 - Biology

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How does transpiration help in the uptake of water from the soil?

Solution

Transpiration is the loss of water in vapour form from the leaves into the air. As water is used up or lost from the leaves, more is sucked up from the xylem vessels. It’s like sucking water up a straw. So there is a continuous flow of water from the roots to the leaves. This movement of water up the xylem is called the transpiration stream.

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Solution How Does Transpiration Help in the Uptake of Water from the Soil? Concept: Concept of Transpiration.
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