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From where do the following usually get water? In which form is water present in them?

Plants

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Plants get water from the soil. In plants, water is present in liquid form.

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Chapter 16: Water : A Precious Resource - SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS [Page 88]

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Chapter 16 Water : A Precious Resource
SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS | Q 22. (b) | Page 88

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