All living things need water to stay alive, and plants are living things! ...
Photosynthesis is what plants do to create their food, and water is critical to this
Why Does a Plant Need Water? Reason 3: Nutrient transfer. Water is a necessary
conduit for the transfer of nutrients from the soil and into the root system.
Plants need large quantities of water for growth. The most important factor driving
water movement in plants is a process known as transpiration. Transpiration is ...
Mar 25, 2014 ... A few days ago we noticed that one of our little pumpkin plants on the window sill
had wilted. The soil looked dry so we watered the plant and ...
Plants need water to grow because plants require internal water pressure to
strengthen the stems and leaves, and plants need water to create energy. Water
Sunlight and water both support the production of chemical nutrients inside the
cells of a plant. Sunlight is critical in the process during which water molecules ...
Jan 2, 2014 ... Science fair project which determines if plants really do need water to grow, or
whether they just need to be kept wet.
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Nov 28, 2011 ... plants need sun and water to grow cartoon ... How do plants grow? ... The Needs
of a Plant (song for kids about 5 things plants need to live) ...
Liquid water extends through the plant from the soil water to the leaf surface ...
hydrogen bonds between liquid water molecules; the energy used to do so is ...
Do you ever wonder why grass grows, flowers bloom, and fruits blossom and ...
provides plants with water and the nutrients they need to be healthy. In turn,.