Why Do Plants Need Water to Grow?

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Plants need water to grow as it aids in carrying moisture and nutrients from the roots to the leaves and food from the leaves back down to the roots. Water is also vital, especially in the process of photosynthesis.
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Germination of a seed begins when it absorbs water, according to Washington State University Extension. Water activates an enzyme that initiates reproduction of plant cells. Roots
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Plants combine water and carbon dioxide in the presence of sunlight to produce simple sugars which act as food for the plant; the process is called photosynthesis.
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Chlorophyll in the leaves splits the water into Hydrogen and Oxygen.The oxygen is given out through pores called stomata.The Hydrogen is combined with Carbon Dioxide( taken in through
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