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What Is Transpiration And What Factors Affects The Rate Of Transpiration?

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It is a process in which the plants evaporate water. This transpiration process is on the leaves when stomata are open during the passing of CO2 and O2 and that process is called photosynthesis.
Talking about the factors which affect the transpiration function they are mostly the environmental factors. This includes light, temperature, humidity, and wind and soil water.
Plants transpire in light in more rate than in the dark. This is a legal factor because in the light the stimulation of opening of the stomata is large than in the dark. Due to light the temperature of the leave is more it warming the leaf so that's why it speeds up the process.
Then temperature and the rate of the temperature also affect a lot to the rate of transpiration. They transpire more rapidly when the temperature is high because at high temperature water evaporates more rapidly.
Now humidity also affects a lot because when the surrounding air is dry, diffusion of water out of the leaf goes on more humidity. The rate of diffusion of any substance increase or decrease due to the difference in absorption of the substance may increase or decrease.
In what condition the leaf becomes increasingly humid? The answer is when there is no air or wind in its surroundings. When there is humid air in its surrounding it is carried away and replaced by drier air.
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Can i know how do factors affect the rate of transpiration.
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Transpiration is when the stomata of the leaves takes in oxygen by the roots and transport it up to the leave, then it gives off water.....
Two factors affecting the rate of transpiration are...:-
1]sunlight
2]humidity
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The stomata opens and closes which determines the rate of transpiration. Depending on how big the stomata gets, determines how much the plants transpires. Certain weather factors or temperature degrees can cause the change in the stomata.

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