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How Water Absorbed by the Roots is Important for the Plants? - Biology

How water absorbed by the roots is important for the plants?

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Solution

The water absorbed by the roots is important for the plant in three main ways:

  1. Transportation: The water in the plant body transports substances in solution from one part to another.
  2. Food production: Water is used in producing food (photosynthesis) by combining it with carbon-dioxide from the air in the presence of sunlight.
  3. Cooling: Water is used to cool the plant by evaporation through leaves when it is hot outside.
Concept: Active, Passive, and Bulk Cell Transport
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Selina Concise Biology Class 8 ICSE
Chapter 1 Transportation in Plants
Long Answer Question | Q 4 | Page 13
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