How Has A Root Hair Cell Adapted To Its Job?


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A root hair cells job is to provide water and nutrition for a plant. Root hair cells have to absorb large amounts of water. The process by which root cells take in water is osmosis. In order to take in large amounts of water, a cell needs a large surface area. The root hair cells provide this needed extra surface area to absorb large amounts of water. The cytoplasm has no chloroplasts because a root cell is under ground where there is no light.
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The cell is elongated to increase surface area for absorption of water and other materials which are important to the plant

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