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 ...
Jan 1, 2011 ... Water is important for plants because of the following reasons: (i) Water helps in
the germination of seeds (ii) Water helps in the process of ...
The various functions of water in plants include: maintaining cell turgidity for
structure and growth; transporting nutrients and organic compounds throughout
Thus plants are important in the global circulation of water; and, conversely, ...
physical, and importance of water in plants and the role of plants in soil water ...
Water helps to maintain the turgidity of cell walls. Water helps in cell enlargement
due to turgor pressure and cell division which ultimately increase the growth of ...
Germination is the process of a newborn plant emerging from its seed. A seed
needs water to activate the enzymes that orchestrate the germination process.
Jun 1, 2009 ... There's an old saying: water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink. ... That's
why, in American Intensive Gardening, we grow plants close ...
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water. In addition, all processes of metabolism require an aqueous ... Water fills a
number of important roles in the physiology of the plant; roles which only.
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Mar 2, 2008 ... The kids at PS-28 show us two different science experiments they used to answer
the following questions: (1) How do plants use water?
Water is an important and often limiting resourcefor plant growth.