How Does Water Travel through Plants?


Water travels through plants by absorbing through the roots and traveling through the plants' vascular system. Surface tension and pressure help the water move its way through the plant.
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Water travels through the roots and throughout the leaves. Then the sun shines down on the plant giving the leaves oxygen and sunlight to grow and be Nourished. normally: root-stem-branches-leaves
The current scientific theory concerning how water moves through plants is as follows: At first, water is absorbed into a plant by the younger parts of the roots. The root has what
Water traveling through a plant is highly
I think it's through the plants' xylem system - it's like the equivalent to the circulatory system that transports blood within a human body. Source(s): The dusty corners of my brain
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